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Wher is the bornet level on the Ford Kuga

I need ti fill water for the wipers

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To fill the fluid for the front wipers, look under the hood to the left, there are two plastic containers one is for the radiator fluid and it will most likely be the front one and the fluid color will be green, DON"T fill that one, FILL THE ONE NEXT TO IT, With blue windshield wiper fluid. FOR the REAR wiper fluid, open the back hatch and look to the left, open the little door there and you'll see where to fill, this one holds alot of fluid, about a gallon.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

  • stclist111 Dec 17, 2008

    Correction from my last comment, concerning rear wiper fill tank. You don't need to open the little door, just open the back hatch and the fill cap is right there next to the left rear turn signal.

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