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Washer resovoir how do you remove the screen wash resovoir (it only takes half pint of water before it starts to leek out just behind the front wheel

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To remove the washer bottle you need to remove the right front wheel and the inner fender liner to access the washer bottle. Couple of 10mm nuts hold the bottle in place. Leak may be coming from filler neck rubber grommet as well and not the washer bottle.

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