Question about 2004 Jeep Liberty
You have a tube that has popped/broken off. With the hood up, have a person pull the washer lever and you look under the hood for the leaky hose/tube. Once you find it, make a common sense approach to determine how to get it connected back to where it belongs. Trace backwards from where the water should be coming out until you reach the end of the line. That is where the hose/tube needs to be connected back to.
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