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Useless woman sorry, is the water put in the plastic reservoir near the window screen washer reservoir, the plastic receptacle which has minimum and maximun printed on it ??

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If it has levels on it, i would bet it is for the coolant. the french are idiots but even they would not have a max and min level for the washer fluid. there is generally a cap with a little spray logo on it to tell you that is for the washer fluid. lift that cap up and put your washer fluid in there.

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Depends what you want to do.

If you're checking your coolant level, then its got a max - min. The level needs to be somewhere between.

If you want to fill your screen reservoir, then it can be topped up to capacity.

Normally, for the screen reservoir, there's a small line drawing of a screen & wiper on the cap.

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Yes. It is. haha. It's okay i understand. My fiance is the same way. I'm trying to teach her stuff but she won't listen. haha. Hope this helps. :) PLEASE RATE THIS!!!

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