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Window washer reservoir

Discussion in '200-Series Cruisers' started by Emcd, Dec 7, 2017.

  1. Emcd

    Emcd

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    great my first issue... I’m thinking the hammerheads filled up my reservoir with water and it froze. It worked on my test drive, but now all I can hear is the pump running when I pull the trigger. I tried to fill the reservoir but it’s topped off all the way to the top of the neck. Do I access it from the wheel well?
     
  2. Ali FJ80

    Ali FJ80

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    ignore the arrow, just grabbed this of ebay but it shows the layout.

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    or maybe take it into a warm parking garage somewhere for a while and let it melt, may be easier than taking it all apart.
     
  3. Emcd

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    holy crap. I think i'll wait until tomorrow and leave it out in the sun...
     
  4. Emcd

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    thanks Ali!
     
  5. bjowett

    bjowett Supporting Vendor

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    Yes, up in the wheel well. This is picture showing a trial fit up of the 200 washer rezi in my old Tundra.

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  6. Emcd

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    Do you have to remove the front metal fender to get to it?
     
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