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, my washer fluid now leaks straight onto the ground from the bottom area of the reservoir, is there a hose located in that area which could have disconnected

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  • Richard A Sears Jr
    Richard A Sears Jr Dec 17, 2016

    The motor continues to work not getting fluid to the windshield now and started after a 85 mph impact with a plastic base of a barricade barrel which I didn't see until driving over it didn't see till was 2 late was dark blended in with Hwy

  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland Dec 17, 2016

    need a new container or bottle then ,but you could have just dislodged the motor they only push into a rubber grommet .

  • Richard A Sears Jr
    Richard A Sears Jr Dec 17, 2016

    Thanks I appreciate the feedback and help

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Could be or the motor has come loose in the container ,you will have to get to it to see the problem .

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