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Used Citroen Indicator Clears
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About Indicator Clears
All indicators on a vehicle are designed to let other road users know that a vehicle is about to make a turn or change lanes. The front and rear indicators are both used in tandem as the hazard warning lights system which informs other road users of a potential hazard ahead.
The white indicator is situated on the exterior lights panel, towards the extreme corner of the vehicle. The indicator bulb is protected by a plastic cover or lens. When the indicator is operated the indicator light will flash regularly until it is switched off. This will be clearly visible to vehicles immediately behind. The indicator stalk is to be found on the steering column along with other light switches and wiper controls. The indicators can either be switched off manually by the driver or they may switch off automatically if the vehicle has an auto-return mechanism fitted. This is activated once the steering wheel returns to its straight-ahead position. The amber colour of all indicators is achieved by an amber-coated bulb behind the white or clear lens.
The most common fault with indicators is due to the bulb having blown or that faulty contacts with the bulb-holder are stopping the power from the battery reaching the bulb.
- If you went into a Citroën showroom in the 20s, there's a good chance that you would have been given a letter that was personally handwritten by Andre Citroën himself, proclaiming the benefits of the car models. This one act of marketing genius is credited with being responsible for thousands of closed sales.
- Thanks to Citroën, the French driver Sebastien Loeb is the single most successful driver in the entire history of the World Rallying Championship. Nine consecutive driver's titles were won by Loeb in the time between 2004 and 2012, driving cars such as the Xsara, the C4, and the DS3.
- Buying Maserati was definitely a mistake for Citroën. The SM model didn't sell well, and that led to financial difficulties that meant the car company was eventually acquired by Peugeot.
- After WWII, Michelin owned Citroën and wanted to make a car for the people. The Citroën 2CV was designed for driving on French roads, so it was incredibly sturdy, and tests were carried out by driving through ploughed fields with trays of eggs on the seats. Although changes in design happened, some version of the Citroën 2CV was in production from 1949 all the way through to 1990.
- John Lennon appeared in an advert for the Citroën DS3, many years after his death. The advert caused quite a lot of public criticism for Yoko Ono, who agreed to the musician's likeness being used.