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Old 11-22-2008, 07:22 PM   #1
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Windshield wiper fluid not coming out....

It's been cold out here on LI.... Friday morning I went to get the ice off my window by way of running my wiper fluid and my wipers. Fluid was coming out for a good 10 seconds or so and then it just stopped.. kept making the noise but no washer fluid was coming out. Instead, it was puddling up on the drivers side of my car. *not inside.. but on the ground* There is still fluid in there.. my boyfriend has checked but he wants to make sure that a hose didn't pop off. Anyone have a good idea how to go about doing this? I tried searching through and couldn't find anything...
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Old 11-22-2008, 10:44 PM   #2
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Mmm interesting. I say a cracked windshield washer fluid tank if the puddle is pretty big. Trying filling the fluid up to the full level. If you see it leak, then you have a problem witht he container. You have to take a fender of to repair this one.

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Sounds like the hose popped off.
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