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I have a 1998 plymouth breeze 4cyl. 2.4L. My wiper blades are operable, but when I press mist, nothing comes out. When I filled the wiper fluid tank, closed the hood and tried it the next day, the fluid was gone. And there was no leak on the ground.

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Its definetly got a leak you need to fill the tank and watch it while its full the next day it will show no signs of any leaks fill to the max watch for 5mins closely

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