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Wiper Fluid Leak

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So my wiper fluid light came on a few days ago. When I filled up the reservoir and triggered the switch for a few seconds I got nothing. I opened the door and all the fluid was leaking, correction, pouring out under the car. Has anyone encountered this problem? I disassembled what I could in a parking lot without tools and couldn't find any leaks, so I'm thinking it's between the panel in the front trunk and the wheel well. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Edited by hokunohoaupuni
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Common problem. Easy fix. There is a rubber hose that is connected to the washer fluid tank that comes off by itself after time. To access it, turn your steering wheel all the way to the right so that you can access the rear portion of the driver's side wheel well liner. Remove the plastic plug and plastic nut so that you can pull the wheel liner forward, and behind it, you will see the hose and washer fluid tank.

Use a small hose clamp or zip tie to secure the hose back onto the nipple of the washer fluid tank, and it'll be fixed for good.

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