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Replace 2007 accent washer fluid reservoir

How to replace windshield washer fluid reservoir

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If same as 2004 Accent, then remove right front wheel, slide underneath, and start wrenching. should be 2-3 bolts

Posted on Nov 28, 2013

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SOURCE: windshield washer fluid only trickles out doesnt spray

exactly what bob said you can use a needle to stick down in the holes and clean them out also you can adjust them with the needle on most cars by moving it up and down

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