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Is a old school habit to top up fluids, if is low is , then there is a leak, or somebody serviced wrong, the reservoir that you are mentioned is call inverter reservoir, it uses long life toyota coolant, if the water pump leaks it is the one that will get low.
for the record, the only fluid that you refill is the windshield washer fluid.
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On the drivers side of the vehicle just behind the front bumper is the washer fluid reservoir. The washer pumps (2 - one for the back and one for the front) are located ont the face of the reservoir.
1) Drain the resevoir. (You can reuse this fluid, so put it in a clean container)
2) Disconnect the wiring harness for the problem pump.
3) Remove the sprayer line.
4) Remove the pump. It is held in by being snapped into a channel on the resevoir and by the rubber grommet. This may take some elbow grease.
5) Remove the old grommet.(If your new pump came with a new grommet)
Installation is reverse. Usually new pumps come with new grommets. If not, it is ok to reuse the old one.
There a small diameter hoses that run the the nozzles for the front and rear windshield. More than likely, one is loose or cracked and is leaking. Do you have good spray on the windshield as you operate it? Is one weaker than the other? - If so, you definitely have a leak in a hose or nozzle.
Another common leak area is around the reservoir edge or near the pump. The pump commonly resides at the bottom of the reservoir.
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u will need to pull the washer fluid tank out and check to see if the tank motor that pumps the fluid is getting 12 volts when the washer switch is pushed, if it is the pump will need to be replaced, if it isn't then the washer switch is defective, this switch is part of the turn signal switch.