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Hello my name is Stew. Welcome to the area Corsa Workshop DVD. I've quoted this DVD. I got a feeling to show you how to do lots of stuff in your car and you refer to the list on the web page of most of the stuff in the cover. And so it seem great to have lots and lots of details and I'm going to show you the detail so you can save some money and keep your car in condition.
So, where do we start? Check the head lights and operate the switches so you can identify bulbs that don’t work. And as we go around, I'll show you how to change it. Washers, wipers, check if they work so you got that fluid in you and wash it off. The ones on this car are actually known. You would like to straighten to go through basically and that the damage is a little bit weak today.
Lift the armor carefully. Do not let it go and spring back which the crack is the problem. Check for spills. This is actually an MIT test as well. And if you need to change it, another best way to do it on this car is there's a little click at the back.
Come and look and see that click on the back. Push it down and it slides down on this side. That is the point of—you must let the arm go back down to protect the screen. And so if you are going to replace that split rubbers you just cannot find and walk around and put them right click on it where you can click back off.
I just pushed it on quite stiff, very stiff so sometimes a pair of glasses is important for that caution. And then a new wiper just pushes down. It clips back up in here.
So, to this one split the wipers. If you have - in the car you change them. You cannot buy about the ring set that just slides into place. The rubber is there and slightly put the rubber insets place your rubber is there. And you look at the alarm.
Washer checks— it got to work. So, if you got fluid in your bottle and you can hear the motor, screen it in and press the trigger and you get no fluid down. Pop out the body in there. The body patches right inside the car and you got settings of patch in there that releases it.
So watch the said part clogs on there. So what you would do, it is a little bit difficult to say but, get then a screw driver or a pair of pliers and just put the plastic trips in. Push it up that way. Pull the plat through with it and then kick it off.
Operate here and watch the switch. If you got water coming out the pipe then the most common thing is to pop out that washer motor. So you can use one little strand of a wire brush. Pick out the holes, blow through and stick it back in and you can also use a pin or the wire brush to realign the jets pointing your wind screen.
So, that is like how to wash it. Continue in to scrape the back—