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How to fill windshield wiper fluid

How do I open the hood to fill wiper fluid

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Lower left from driver's seat is an opener with a picture of the hood - pull it.

Go to the from of the car and the hood should be slightly open. Look in this opening or run your hand through to find a round or flat piece that will pull toward you. When you pull it, the hood will come open.

The washer fluid bottle will be clearly identified.

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