bigb56 wrote: ↑
Fri Jul 01, 2022 1:07 pm
OK Thanks, been messing with it since I first posted and learned a couple more things. I was convinced the reservoir was leaking because it was down about 1/3 (not 2/3rds as I mistakenly posted first) a few hours after I filled it, however I topped it off a few hours ago and now it hasn't gone down but the light on the dash won't go out. I wonder if there is a separate tank for the back, I'll need to look that up. Also I found one of the rubber lines that runs from the cowl to the wiper arm and connects to the nozzles built into the wiper arm was rotted and broke where it curves at the bottom before passing up thru the spring, that piece is exposed to sunlight. Seems the pre-made hose with the small rubber tee that fits between the nozzles is NLA so I am headed to the parts store for some generic hose and some splicers.
You're most welcome. There's no rear reservoir, the washer pump is valved such that when it runs in reverse, flow goes to the rear. When the tanks leak, it often isn't the tank itself. The pump is simply popped into the hole with a flanged o-ring, and very often it's just the o-ring that deteriorates.