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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Hello. Usually when you raise your hood look to the left or over to the passenger side against the side wall there will be a blue cap covering the washer fluid tank remove it fill the the tank and snap the lid back into place.
if you open the hood. Either on the left or right side near the headlight you should see a blue cap with a picture of a water spraying onto a windshield. remove blue plastic cap and just add until full(add windshield washer fluid only). The cap is blue covering a white plastic tube. good luck.
Check and verify that you indeed have the winshield washer tank filled if the tank is filled make sure the winshield washer hoses are attached to the washer nozzles under the hood if all of this checks out you probably have a bad windshield washer pump...
I'm pretty sure it's the same as the front washer, You can check by see ing if there are two pumps in the front washer resevoir, if not there is a possiblity that there is a bottle in the back, servicable by opening the rear door and looking at the walls behind the tires. I hope this helps
I just fixed the wiper jets on my car this evening - you may have a similar problem of having hardened gunk (deposits) blocking the sprayer. Removing them is relatively easy: Open your hood and note that there is most likely a vibration-dampening cloth/fabric secured to the inside of the hood. You will need to remove the round discs that are holding this in place (most likely Christmas tree plugs - there are around 8 or so). Once removed, you will have access to the back of the sprayers. Some are held in with a nut, others are clipped in to place. You can remove the sprayers and try cleaning them or you can replace them with new ones (relatively cheap and guaranteed clog-free).
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.