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Lighting Up The Dashboard: When You Should Follow Through On Warning Lights

The dashboard warning lights should all light up when you turn on your car. Then they blink out. This is normal when the electrical current triggers the lights in your vehicle's dashboard. What is not normal is when the lights stay on or when they come on and stay on while you are driving the vehicle. Here are some examples of why this happens and how to follow through with what the warning lights tell you. Read More 

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Talking About Automotive Racing

Hello, my name is Jeremy Welcome to my site about automotive racing. I want to use this site to cover all of the information I can find about racing cars, trucks and vans. You can read about different kinds of races and events in the automotive world on these pages. I hope to talk about the different car builds and components used for each platform. My site will contain all of the information you need to know to maximize your vehicle’s performance and prepare it for the track. I encourage you to come back often to learn all you can about this exciting topic. Thanks for coming by my site.

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