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Cant find the reservoir for my rear washer in my 2001 suburban

I was told that there was a seperate reservoir for the rear window but I cant seem to find it. If it is plugged how in the world do I get it unplugged?

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It is the same as your front. The reservoir has 2 pumps. The rear is higher than the other so if the washer fluid is to low it won't work or the pump is no good.

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