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Rear wiper fluid leaks

Hissing sound and small amount of fluid comes out of around door area when rear wiper fluid  is used.  some fluid goes to rear window so I assume broken/disconnected line.  how can this be repaired/replaced? 2005 Ford Escape

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  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    i have problem. the rear wiper fluid is leaking from around the trim at the front door. how do I take the trim off

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    broken line



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I was wondering I have a leak from the rear wiper. The liquid is coming out from arouhd the trim in the front around the windshield. . How do I take the trim off without breaking anything but fix the problem

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Just take off rr trim cover and check everything should be easy to see

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