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Washer fluid reservoir

I need to know how to get a washer fluid reservoir out of 1999 gmc suburban. I took out the bolts on the side and on the neck. It's loose but something still seem to be holding it i just can't see what though.

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  • fausr_4456 Jan 25, 2009

    I would not of ever found those. I just bought it and i think I need to pick me up a Chilton's for it. Thanks for all the info.

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There are Two bolts that come from the front (inside grill) that keep the reservoir from being lifted out. Loosen bolt(s) and you should be able to remove the reservoir.

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

  • eldpce Jan 25, 2009

    I forgot to mention the bolts are behind the headlight

  • eldpce Jan 25, 2009

    P.S.

    I forgot to mention that the bolts are behind the left headlight

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