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Will underbody car washes hurt your underglow lights on your car?
underglow lights, altho kinda outdatted, are in fact sutable for underbody car washes because of the factt datt they are desinged for the "outsided" of your whipp.!! hope i could help, n if not, u can always try reading the box it came in, (the fine print). Dre' ~1~
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Neon lights have a greater range of color, but are more susceptible to wearing out. LED's are limited in their colors, but last longer and are generally easier and cheap…er to replace or repair.
If you're looking to have a car wash to raise money, you need a group of willing volunteers and a good source of water. See if anyone in your group knows someone at the local …fire station...they may be willing to let you use their facilities. A well-travelled street with easy on/off access is helpful, too. If your site is hard to find, you won't get as many customers.
There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired.
Yes, Over time the salt in the water will cause the vehicle to rust.
None,but there will be underglow available for every land vehicle in Saints Row: The Third
speak with a local business about having your car wash on there property. They will say yes because it helps there business> * Your question is a bit unclear, do you want to… have your car washed? or do you want to start a car wash business? If you are looking to having your car washed look for local or franchise war washes in your area contact them and have your car washed... If you are looking to start a car wash, find businesses that offer car franchise for car wash in your area and they will be able to help you with setting up a car wash business.
I'd probably go with red or yellow. Just remember that it is illegal in most states to have those on while driving.
It really depends upon you, I wash my car every week even if its not dirty, some people wash it when its dirty... hope this helps.
It's simple! You should: Fill a bucket with water and add car wash soap. Fill another bucket with plain water, Check that all windows are closed and retract the antenna.Hose o…ff the car to loosen the dirt. Pull the windshield wipers away from the windshield until they click into their propped position, away from the glass. Soak a large wash mitt or sponge in the soapy water, being certain to wash out any dirt in it, and begin applying it to the car. Wash the car section by section, starting at the top.Rinse the dirt out of the wash mitt or sponge in the bucket with plain water frequently.After one section is washed, rinse it with the hose before moving on.As you progress, keep the entire car wet, as this will prevent droplets from drying on the paint and leaving water-spots.Scrub the lower body and the wheels last, as these are the dirtiest, grittiest parts. Use a long, skinny wheel-brush for cleaning the openings of the wheels.Clean the tire sidewalls with a plastic brush.At some point rinse the bottom of the car, from various angles, with a spray nozzle.And last, dry the vehicle with fresh towels.
Vividlightbars have underbody kits. It'll be under RGB Rock Lights. I have a set on my truck and they look amazing. Everything is controlled off your phone, and can sync t…o music, ETC.
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Yes, depending on the type of soap you use.
I believe most shops charge a flat hourly rate because it is a customization that will vary by car and customer. Most people do it themselves, but I wouldn't suggest it unless… you have a thorough knowledge of your wiring in your car. You risk damaging important wires & components and/or cause it to catch on fire if not done properly. Both of those end results means you're at the shop paying a flat hourly rate to repair the damage plus the tow bill to get it there. Call around to local car stereo installers, some detailing shops, or any shop that does custom work. Get a quote, but don't stop there. There are a lot of people that say they can do it, but have only a basic understanding, maybe slightly more than you. They charge you $30-$50 and promise it back to you in an hour. Be leery of those deals because the installations usually end up being broken clutter under your car or laying in the street somewhere within a month or two. I just finished installing an underbody light kit on a Suzuki Hayabusa. To do it correctly, I had to partially disassemble the bike. I also had to uninstall what was left of the previous kit (installed the previous year by the owner), repair the damaged wiring, and then install the new light kit. When I finished 8 hours later, everything looked like it came from the factory. Total bill, I gave him a deal at $400. The customer supplied the lights and saved a ton on the short term ($35 online). Normally this customization is in the $500-$600 range and the lights will last much longer.
It shouldn't if the paint was put on correctly. I presume if it's hot it's sunny. Don't leave your wet car out in the sun. It won't damage the paint, but it will leave water-m…arks (I don't know the technical name for it, if there is one....) from where the water dried. Hope this helps.
Yes in fact it will destroy all reception that's why you must cut it off to save it.
Well, it won't hurt you, but it might hurt the car. No harm in driving the car but if the need for the ABS to function comes up, it's not going to work.