Window washer fluid reservoir replacement

Discussion in 'Hyundai Tucson' started by Alloffroad, Jun 11, 2019.

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    Alloffroad

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    I believe the summer fluid froze and cracked the tank. I filled it up and tested the pumps. They work great but a few hours later the tank is empty. I already ordered and received the new tank from rock auto. Does the wheel well skirt need to come out to replace the tank from under. Thanks for any help.
     
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    Don't know on the Tucson.
    Please let us know how you did.
     
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    I will.
     
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    I got the tank out. Turns out it was the pump that broke or separated at the front and rear valve which broke the fitting. It still works but leaks. I tried to order a new one on rock auto but because I live in California it requires a prop 65 warning of which they had none so i had to make other arrangements to get it to me. I expect to have it early next week. Taking to tank out was a 15 minute job. I removed the tire, loosened the mud skirt and pulled it out of the way. This gave me access to the tank. 3 bolts, 2 rubber tubes and 1 electrical plug and a little force it was out. Hope this helps somebody with theirs i will post pics later
     
    Alloffroad, Jun 21, 2019 at 1:31 PM
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    So Hyundai buried the washer fluid bottle?
    Well, thanks for the update.
     
    avisitor, Jun 23, 2019 at 5:10 AM
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