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This is a discussion on windshield washer fluid leak within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have noticed that after refilling my windshield washer reservoir tank, after about 4-5 days its pretty much empty. I ...

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    windshield washer fluid leak

    I have noticed that after refilling my windshield washer reservoir tank, after about 4-5 days its pretty much empty. I have looked at the tank and I don't see anywhere that it can be leaking> where should I look next?

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    did you unbolt the reservoir and make sure the 2 rubber hoses are still attached?

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    yea the hoses are attached because i can still spray, just after a few days there is nothing left in the reservoir.

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    bump? I want to see if I can fix this myself before wasting time at a dealership...

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