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The plastic tubing/hose from the washer fluid resevoir to the wiper blades is rotten. Where can I get The tubing/ hose? I only need the section from where it connects to the pump to the place it connects a little past the battery, under the hood, along the fender. About 3 feet.

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Any auto parts store should carry low pressure hose for this application. MM85

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