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My 2000 mercury cougar needs turn signal fluid, how do I change it?

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    yadayada Sep 02, 2010

    there is no such thing as "turn signal fluid" so please take a minute and figure out what it is you need to know, do u mean power steering fluid? let me know would be glad to help out as soon as i have your clarification.



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Turn signal's is an elec. circit, take's on type of fluid's, if not working, check fuse's.

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