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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ)– With temperatures dipping further down, the danger of automobile batteries passing away boosts. Chuck Rhoades is the store manager at Firestone Total Autocare in Huntington. He shared a few suggestions to help keep your vehicle running. “With your coolant and anti-freeze, you constantly want to examine your levels,” he stated. “Normally there’s a line on your reservoir. Ensure you have enough coolant in there.” He suggests getting an electrical test done making sure your generator is producing enough voltage to keep the battery charged. Other actions can conserve you a headache as soon as you’re on the roadway. “Ensure you have enough windscreen wiper fluid therein, due to the fact that you understand, winter season time, you get a great deal of snow, it starts getting mushy, begins throwing up into the windshield,” he said. “See to it you have that windscreen wiper level excellent.” He says, if possible, attempt to keep your vehicle near your house or a structure, and have the engine pointed far from the instructions the wind is blowing. “Let’s put it this way,” he said. “I do not believe anyone wishes to be broke down on I-64 in the middle of winter season, wishing for a tow truck to get there.” Audiences with impairments can get assistance accessing this station’s FCC Public Examination File by calling the station with the details listed below. Concerns or issues connecting to the ease of access of the FCC’s online public file system must be directed to the FCC at 888-225-5322, 888-835-5322 (TTY), or firstname.lastname@example.org. Station Contact Information: WSAZ NewsChannel 3 645 Fifth Avenue Huntington, WV 25701 304-697-4780 WSAZ Charleston 111 Columbia Opportunity Charleston, WV 25302 304-344-3521 …
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