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Hello. Usually when you raise your hood look to the left or over to the passenger side against the side wall there will be a blue cap covering the washer fluid tank remove it fill the the tank and snap the lid back into place.

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If difficult to locate just backtrack the tube coming from the wipers that will keep you right

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Open your hood there should be a small container towards top . Dump in fluid there

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Open your hood and find your washer fluid reservoir-it's usually a white, translucent container with a windshield/water symbol on the cap. Note that if your vehicle has a rear wiper, there may be a second reservoir for it as well. Remove the cap(s) and check the fluid level in the reservoir(s). If it's full, you don't need to add any. If the fluid is low, carefully pour some into the reservoir(s) until it almost reaches the top. Replace the cap(s) and press down until it pops into place. Then, close the hood.
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When u open ur hood, u may see it somewhere on the left side, look for a blue cap cuz next to it is the washer fluid tank.

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  1. Open your hood and find your washer fluid reservoir-it's usually a white, translucent container with a windshield/water symbol on the cap. ...
  2. Remove the cap(s) and check the fluid level in the reservoir(s). ...
  3. If the fluid is low, carefully pour some into the reservoir(s) until it almost reaches the top.

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Is not always blue, it could be clear or it could be yellow! However,it would be so were a little on the front passenger side or along the side of the passenger front side wall along the engine strut area .

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96 tl, no wiper fluid coming out. is there a separate fuse for the fluid or is it the same as the wiper motor. If so where is the fuse, or where is the pump if i need to change it


you add fluid all the time so you do know where the tank is ! (engine bay)
see pump at bottom of tank?
many cars its the same as the wiper fuse.
why no just look at them all, its in the cab fuse box.

if the pump buzzes, it is probably ok, remove hose, does it pump water now? hose at pump is in near bottom of tank.
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