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  • gunsandbeer
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    I had the same happen a few years back. I went to Pep Boys, got a radiator overflow tank with bracket, looks like a generic washer tank but no outlets. Pull your tank, remove pump, drill matching hole for pump in new tank, decide where to install it. I think I paid $12 for the tank I used, it held more and lasted for a long time.

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  • NAILER341
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    i siliconed mine a few months ago too still holding up just fine

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  • twcguy
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    Some of us are more "thrifty" than others I guess...



    Josh

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  • Mandelon
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    I can't imagine they are that much....

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  • twcguy
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    Check ebay and junkyards before the dealer unless you want to pay top $$. You could also use a fiberglass repair kit if you want to make it really cheap.

    Good luck,


    Josh

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  • Mandelon
    started a topic Had a leak in the washer fluid tank...

    Had a leak in the washer fluid tank...

    It was leaking where the tank slides into the metal bracket over the wheel well. Probably friction from so much bouncing around finally wore through the plastic. The pump motor and line was still good so I just siliconed the crap out of it and stuck it back on.

    Think it will hold? Any suggestions where to get a replacement tank? Just to the dealer?
    Last edited by Mandelon; 12-22-03, 08:25 PM.
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