Q: Why cant i find blinker fluid at any of the auto parts stores i have drove to several stores and they all seem to be out,

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Why cant i find blinker fluid at any of the auto parts stores i have drove to several stores and they all seem to be out,

My car has 4876 miles.
My car's transmission is unknown to me.

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