Q: How do I replace the washer fluid?

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How do I replace the washer fluid?

Occasionally you will need to replace your washer fluid. To check the status of your washer fluid, raise the hood, and locate the washer fluid reservoir. Look at the reservoir to see how full it is. If it is nearly empty, lift off the reservoir cover, and add more washer fluid. Replace the cover when you are done.

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