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Buy a Chilton Repair manual and learn how to repair for yourself saving a small fortune either at an auto supply house/or online or buy an new rear washer fluid tank and install it as you uninstalled the old one or take the vehicle to an authorized Chevrolet dealership for repair. The problem that I have found with taking it to the dealerships it could be something as simple as the hoses are worn out and need to be replaced which is cheap and simple but the dealerships want to replace everything involved which is costly, but if you are not mechanically inclined and do not trust what you can learn from the CHILTON'S repair manual please take it to the dealership.

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