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Refill back windscreen wiper with water

Hi I have a 1995 subaru legacy 250T station wagon, just wondering how/where do I find the water refill container for the back windscreen wiper, have looked everywhere

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I didn't know there was a seperate one i have same car and mine u just fill in the front under hood and hose goes to back and it's fine.

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It depends on the model. You can tell by looking at how many black rubber washer fluid tubes come off of the tank under the hood. If you have two lines, then that tank supplies the rear as well. If you only have one line coming off of the tank, then it is as the previous poster said. Above the left rear tail light.

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Open the rear hatch and above the drivers side tail light there should be a blue cap to fill the rear wiper fluid. hope this helps..

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