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Washer Reservoir, Without Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPC370506
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$19.94
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Notes : Without Cap; Excludes 4.3L Engine w/o Convenience Package (RPO YE9)Type : Without PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 12487670Replaces Partslink Number : GM1288106Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-022415-19-A
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$24.16
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Components : (1) Washer Pump, and (1) Washer ReservoirQuantity Sold : KitReplaces OE Number : 12487670Replaces Partslink Number : GM1288106Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPT370533
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$59.88
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Notes : With Filler Neck, Cap and Fluid Level Sensor PortType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 8531504060-PFMReplaces Partslink Number : TO1288184Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: H370501
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$13.28
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Notes : With capVehicle Body Type : SedanType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 76840S04013Replaces Partslink Number : HO1288101Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPD370514
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$26.35
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Notes : With Cap and Fluid Level Sensor Port; Overflow tank, Fits Radiators with Filler NeckType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 5066540AA-PFMReplaces Partslink Number : CH1288203Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPT370530
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$65.99
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Notes : With Cap and Fluid Level Sensor PortType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 8531506220-PFM, 8531533460Replaces Partslink Number : TO1288172, LX1288100Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPF370519
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$25.88
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Notes : With capType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 7L3Z17618AAReplaces Partslink Number : FO1288125Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPH370547
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$25.40
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Notes : With Filler Neck and CapType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 76841TR3A01-PFMReplaces Partslink Number : HO1288167Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: RC37050001
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$33.16
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Notes : With capType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 12362596-PFMReplaces Partslink Number : GM1288226Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPC370539
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$20.97
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Notes : With capType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 12362264-PFMReplaces Partslink Number : GM1288139Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPJ370511
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$27.98
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Notes : With Hose, Cap and Fluid Level Sensor PortType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 4778344Replaces Partslink Number : CH1288140Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPJ370530
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$55.73
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Notes : With cap and fluid level sensorType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 55079365AF-PFMReplaces Partslink Number : CH1288216Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPM370528
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$37.06
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Notes : With Cap; Small TankVehicle Body Type : SedanType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : BBM667480A, BBM467480AReplaces Partslink Number : MA1288117Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPN370507
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$36.54
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Notes : With Cap; Without Fluid Level Sensor PortType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 289109Z400Replaces Partslink Number : NI1288111Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Washer Reservoir, With Pump
Replacement
Part Number: REPN370512
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$38.89
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Notes : With Filler Neck, Cap and Fluid Level SensorType : With PumpQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 289108J400-PFMReplaces Partslink Number : NI1288120Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
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Washer Reservoir Customer Reviews

Washer Reservoir, With Pump
May 05, 2020
Highly Recommended
Great seller
Neerav Mangipudi
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Apr 20, 2020

Washer Reservoir Guides

How to Install a Washer Reservoir in Four Steps

The washer reservoir is the component that stores the windshield washer fluid. However, if it gets cracked and starts leaking, you might have to take a look at the damaged part. After performing a leak test and trying to repair the old component to no avail, it might be time to get a new washer reservoir.

Required skill level: Intermediate

Needed tools and materials

  1. Wrench

  2. Owner's manual

  3. Protective eyewear

  4. Factory jack

  5. Two jack stands

Making safety preparations

Be sure that you will be working in a well ventilated area with your vehicle on a level flat surface and your car's engine in "Park." It is also best to refer to your owner's manual in order to find the washer reservoir and see how you can access the reservoir. Lastly, put on protective eyewear while you work.

Removing the wheel

If you have to get under your vehicle, you will have to remove one of your car's front wheels in order to access the washer reservoir. Lift your vehicle with a jack and steady it on a pair of jack stands before removing the wheel. Keep your car that way while you remove the old washer reservoir and install a new one.

Removing the old washer reservoir

Locate the washer reservoir either by opening the hood or going under your car. It is usually located along the edge of the compartment. Then, disconnect the electrical connection plug at the washer reservoir pump. Follow the black rubber hose from the pump to its first connection on the underside of the hood. You can find it at the spray jets. Disconnect the hose from here and remove it from any clips it is attached to so that it is only attached at the pump itself. Keep the end of the hose above the fluid level in the washer reservoir to prevent it from leaking on you if you're working from under your car.

Installing the new reservoir

Screw the new component into the washer assembly, attaching the hose between the tank and the motor and then reattaching any other connections such as those leading to the electrical system. You will also have to replace the seals, clips, and other hardware.

Washer Fluid Reservoir Buyer's Guide 

Summary

  • A container made of hard, translucent plastic for storing washer fluid
  • Symptoms your reservoir is up for replacement are leaks under your car, constant low washer fluid level, and fluid not sprayed onto the windshield.
  • Costs around $20 to $470.
  • The importance of having a functioning washer fluid reservoir is to wash bugs easily off your windshield and save money from having to constantly buy bottles of washer fluid.

 

There are six fluids in your car that you need to keep an eye out and one of these is the windshield washer fluid. It is not your regular water with soap mixture but a scientifically formulated liquid with methanol and other alcohols such as ethylene glycol. This liquid is stored underneath your car’s hood, in a hard plastic container known as the washer fluid reservoir.

 

What is a washer fluid reservoir?

Windshield washer fluid reservoir, or commonly called washer reservoir, is a container made out of hard, translucent plastic that is resistant to the effects of alcohol like ethanol and ethylene glycol. It can also last for years as long as it is filled with washer fluid. Leaving washer reservoirs empty for a long time can result in cracks on the inner walls, which can cause it to future leak.
 
The location of the reservoir in the engine compartment varies depending on the engine layout; some are found behind the engine block, while some are near the headlights. To help you locate them easier, manufacturers labeled these reservoirs with an icon showing a windshield and sprinkling fluid – other cars even have verbal labels that say “washer fluid only.”

 

Symptoms of a badly damaged washer reservoir

Typically, washer reservoirs could last up to decades due to the strength of its material. If there are any signs of wear, it is probably because of user abuse and mishandling. A damaged reservoir is easy to detect if you know what to look for. Beyond finding a physical leak there are other telltale signs that your washer reservoir is due for replacement. 

 

Leaks underneath your car

Leaks found underneath your car could be a clear indicator of the many issues involving the different fluids in your car. Washer reservoirs tend to crack and lose their durability when you keep on filling it up with water and expose your car to freezing temperatures because water has a lower freezing point than washer fluids. When the water freezes inside the reservoir, the plastic hardens and develops cracks.

 

Consistent low washer fluid level

A cracked washer reservoir could drain the washer fluid reserves gradually. This is an obvious explanation of why you suddenly have to fill your washer fluid reservoir constantly.

 

Having a hard time spraying washer onto the windshield

Fluid not spraying onto your windshield could mean two things: either your washer pump is broken or the reservoir is damaged and has emptied out. Both of these problems are worrisome but a broken reservoir is easier to deal with than a malfunctioning pump. In rare cases, mold can develop inside your reservoir or near the pump plug, especially if you used water in place of washer fluid. The mold build-up could restrict the flow of fluid into the plug as washer fluid is pumped out.

 

How much is a washer reservoir?

In case you found your washer reservoir in bad shape, OE replacement washer reservoirs are available at around $20 to $470. Take note that part installation depends on the reservoir form and the engine layout. Be sure to refer to the owner’s manual when installing the product, or have a professional do it for you.

 

The importance of replacing a failing washer reservoir

To avoid any inconvenience that a a damaged washer reservoir may cause along the way, it is important to install a replacement immediately. By doing so, you could properly store the right level of washer fluid. As a result, you can maintain a clean windshield,w ash dead bugs off the glass easily, keep molds away from the pump, and save money from having to buy more bottles of washer fluid.
 

Dorman versus Replacement: The Battle for Washer Reservoir Supremacy

Keeping your windshield clean is an important-if often overlooked-part of your driving experience. After all, with the windshield dirty and dusty, you wouldn't be able to see anything at all. The washer reservoir holds that cleaning solution that you use to keep your ride's windshield spot-free while you're on the go. Naturally, if you're buying a new one, you would want to get a reservoir of the best quality so it won't break down all too easily. We've taken two best-selling brands, and we pit them head-on against each other to determine which one gives you a better value for your dollar.

 

Build quality

 

To a discerning car owner, the quality of the build of a Dorman washer reservoir is readily apparent-the plastic that forms the receptacle is very sturdy and less prone to collapse even when you press down on it. Reservoirs from Replacement don't necessarily feel inferior-just that the difference is noticeable. All in all, however, it's unlikely that the difference will be detrimental to you and your vehicle. Still, if it's quality that you truly find comfort in, there is a clear winner.

WINNER: Dorman

 

Affordable pricing

 

Replacement-brand washer reservoirs are a third of a price of the reservoirs carried by Dorman-that's three Replacements for the price of one Dorman. That's the one advantage of Replacement skimping off on high-quality materials: the price is very affordable. Additionally, considering that the washer reservoir is not a heavily taxed part, it isn't likely that you'd notice that Dorman lasts longer. So, if you're one that prefers to save on costs, you know what to get.

WINNER: Replacement

 

Warranty offer

 

Replacement comes with an unlimited-mileage, one year warranty. Dorman gives you a limited lifetime on majority of its washers. This distinction is important. An unlimited mileage warranty sounds good on paper, but realistically, it's the time factor that is more crucial-how many of you are likely to overtax your ride on an incredibly long drive? Additionally, "lifetime" warranty declarations are a confidence booster: the company will back its claims on quality.

WINNER: Dorman

 

Verdict

 

All in all, Replacement washer reservoir is good for exactly what the brand says: a quick fix replacement that is affordable but not too durable. Ultimately, however, Dorman washer reservoir is still the better long-term, high-quality choice.

Keep Your Windshield Clean: How to Repair a Washer Reservoir

Have you ever wondered where the soapy solution on your windshield comes from? You usually see this cleaning agent when your windshield is dirty, and with just one press of the button, the soapy solution sprays onto the glass. The washer reservoir is the component responsible for storing this solution until the time comes that you need to clean the windshield.

To repair a damaged washer reservoir, here's what you need to do:

Difficulty level: Moderate

Tools to be used:

· Plastic tank repair kit

· Soap and paper towels

· Coat hanger

· Socket wrench set

· Flashlight

Step 1: Look for the windshield washer reservoir in your car. Refer to your owner's manual to be sure of its location, as this component may be located on the engine compartment's driver or passenger side.

Step 2: Reach for the wheel well on the side where the washer reservoir is located. Then, remove the bolts or pins that connect the inner fender to the bumper.

Step 3: Unplug the power cable and hose connected to the washer pump. Get a flashlight and examine the area where the reservoir is located. Unbolt the washer reservoir from the car using a socket wrench with a long extension. Afterwards, take out the reservoir.

Step 4: To repair a damaged washer reservoir, get a coat hanger and use it to smooth out the furrowed wall. Insert the hooked end of the hanger through the reservoir's grommet. If necessary, unwind the coat hanger to reach through the punctured wall.

Step 5: Take out the pump and put it aside. Wash the reservoir using soap and water, and dry it completely with paper towels.

Step 6: Sand down the damaged spot with the repair kit, which contains rubbing alcohol, epoxy, cloth, etc. Wipe some rubbing alcohol on the tank's surface and mix a two-part epoxy. Put the compound on the fiberglass cloth and lay it over the damaged surface, then leave it for about an hour.

Step 7: Return the washer pump on the side of the reservoir, and replace the repaired tank in reverse order. Ensure that all the other components are returned to their proper places.

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