Q: How do I add washer fluid?

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How do I add washer fluid?

If you attempt to wash your windshields with the wiper washers, and no fluid comes out, then you will need to add more washer fluid. To do so, open the hood, and locate the washer fluid reservoir. Open the lid, and add more washer fluid.

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