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How to take washer bottle off a 2004 clio

How to remove washer bottle because it leaking

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SOURCE: '97 Audi A4 windscreen bottle leak.

I would look take off the front bumper wrap and see if there is a leak somewhere in the plumbing to the headlight washers, etc. I had this problem.

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