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    1Z Windshield Washer Fluid

    I bought a bottle of the 1Z Windshield Washer Fluid when it was on sale. I want to put it in my car, but there is already some fluid in the washer container. I'd like to follow the directions so I need to empty what is in there now.

    Anyone have a suggestion on how I can empty the current contents? Other than washing my windshield a LOT!

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    Re: 1Z Windshield Washer Fluid

    Under the plastic reservoir is a hose, disconnect it and let it run out. No clue where (or how easy it is to get to) on a Jag, I wouldn't be surprised you'd have to pull a fender well out or get lucky and the hose is accessible around the bumper area. So yeah good luck :D


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    Re: 1Z Windshield Washer Fluid

    Hey Wytstang ole buddy! Thanks, I'll see if I can locate anything under the car. I also thought I might be able to siphon it out.
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    Re: 1Z Windshield Washer Fluid

    Maybe my mustang has a molded in screen to keep trash out but the wifes fusion doesn't.


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    Re: 1Z Windshield Washer Fluid

    I guess you could also turn on the wipers and run the fluid out ... might take a while.

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    Re: 1Z Windshield Washer Fluid

    This is good stuff!

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    Re: 1Z Windshield Washer Fluid

    Isn't this just a booster product?

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