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Wiper Tank Squirts Water When Using Rear Wipers?

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My car squirts water out of the tank when I go to use my rear window wipers, but is fine when using the front. I can see through the grill where it squirted out and looks like a tube/pipe may have come off.

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July 16, 20180 found this helpful

Thats your answer. You have to reattach the pipe.

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July 16, 20180 found this helpful

Thanks.

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July 17, 20180 found this helpful

I would stop by and have your local mechanic look at it as it could be the tube need replaced so it can be reattached.

Most car issues are better left to the pros...well...in my world as I am always a car DIY fail and I end up spending more money when I break something else and then have to do the original fix plus my fix mail failed fix...but that is just me.

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Hope it is an easy fix! Cars are so frustrating!

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