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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-14-2019, 08:30 PM Thread Starter
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2011 Window Washer Bottle Removal

I don't know what was in my window washer bottle before I got the car but every time I use the window washer it makes a mess of the window.

Anyone know how hard is it to remove the washer bottle? I want to clean it out with some Dawn dish washing soap.

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I don't know what was in my window washer bottle before I got the car but every time I use the window washer it makes a mess of the window.

Anyone know how hard is it to remove the washer bottle? I want to clean it out with some Dawn dish washing soap.
Must remove the front bumper, after that, there are a couple of 10mm bolts holding it on. Even after you take out the screws/bolts, it takes a couple of unique twists and turns of the container to snake it out from the body's frame.

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...or, just stick a garden hose down the reservoir and let it flush it out until clear.
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...or, just stick a garden hose down the reservoir and let it flush it out until clear.
This sounds easier than pulling the bumper cover. Well crud. I guess I can still squirt some dawn in it and run a bottle brush down in there to stir/agitate the stuff that is in there.

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