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Rear screenwash hi, im having a problem trying to find how to top up my rear screenwash, the front works but the rear just makes the noise but no screenwash is squirted, any ideas?

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It uses the same resevoir and pump as the front.it will have blown appart probally because you attemted to use it when the jet was frozen...there are 2 places it blows appart in the tailgate where it connects to the motor or in the left corner in the headlining.the the wiper motor itself can also leak .see if you can find a area that is wet either around the tailgate catch or the headlinig, hope this helps cya

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