Spectrum Auto Painting & Collision Center, Spectrum Auto Painting & Collision Center
When you step into Spectrum Auto Painting & Collision Center, you walk into an award-winning body shop that will immediately surpass your expectations. A clean reception area; greeted with a hello; comfortable seating; original art.
The philosophy of the staff at Spectrum is "We are here to provide service. We just happen to fix cars." Mark Boudreau, who started Spectrum in 1993, says that when people go to a body shop, they assume that the repair is going to be done right. Customers also figure it is going to be a pain dealing with the hassle of the insurance company and the details of the repair. Spectrum’s job is to make the process a pleasure. They accomplish this by being organized and professional.
Determining Which Car Tail Light Bulb to Replace
Auto mechanic Mark Boudreau discusses how to determine which car tail light bulb to replace on your car.
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Mark Boudreau: Hi, my name is Mark Boudreau from Spectrum Auto Painting and Collision Center. Today, I am showing you how to change a headlamp and tail lamp in your car. Right now, we are going to determine what tail lamp might need to be replaced, identifying bulbs and their functions. Let us start with looking at what tail light might need to be replaced; sometimes it helps, if you have someone else to assist you in this. So a helper, could we have breaks please? You see one break light, none on the left, our left break light is what needs replacement. Now let us check and identify the other lights while we are at it. Helper, could we have left turn signal here, right turn signal, park lights, which are your driving lights and reverse, which we can see here, great, thank you very much. As we can see the only light that needs replacement is this left tail light. Next, I am going to show you how to access the tail light and the bulb.