Question about 1991 Toyota 4Runner
I noticed this week my windshield washer tank was dry so I tried to fill it this morning. Basically I watered my driveway in the process so I'll have to either replace/repair. Given the age of the vehicle and this is not a must-have feature, I am thinking of just patching the hole.
Q1-It looks like this just bolts on/off with some hoses on the bottom. Should I be aware of any "got-chas" or is it really as simple as it looks?
Q2-I have some marine-grade fiberglass tape and epoxy from another project. I was thinking if I clean the tank well, sand the area lightly and then patch the outside, it should hold.
The motor works fine if I quickly test it before all the fluid drains out so I am trying to not buy a replacement part if I can help it. Of course I won't know the exact size of the whole until I can look at it.
Thanks for any help--Ward, Dallas.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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