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07-28-04, 01:56 PM   #1  
01 suburban

the wind shield washer fluid tank leaks and i was just wondering what is the easiest way to remove it. its my wifes car and she keeps pestering me and i really havent looked at it closely but it looked like a pain to remove.

 
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07-28-04, 02:32 PM   #2  
You need to remove the battery,battery tray,inner wheel house to access it.After that is removed disconnect the wiring connector,hose and remove the retaining bolts.I would make sure you have a new replacement before tearing it apart.

 
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07-29-04, 04:53 AM   #3  
thanks davo,

i will have to take a look when i get home today, but i dont remember it being on the same side as the battery. i know the tank is on drivers side and thought the battery was on passenger side.

 
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07-29-04, 02:33 PM   #4  
The coolant bottle and air filter housing are on the passenger side.If yours is different please send pics because I worked on 3 today that were as I described above.

 
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