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54102CD Washer Reservoir Cap
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Notes : 2.87 in. Diameter; 2.36 in. Height; Blue Color/Finish; Plastic Material; Snap-On Reservoir Cap TypeWarranty : Lifetime Dorman limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : 1-2 Business DaysQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyProp 65 Warning :

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Washer Reservoir Cap: How to Replace It

The basic rule in the road: stay focused. But how can you do it if all you can see is a blur? That's why the windshield has a washer reservoir that clears away all the possible obstructions on your sight while driving. This reservoir needs to be protected and sealed so that leaks will be avoided. That's the reason why your washer reservoir cap is present! However, if this cap becomes damaged or loosened, you should not hesitate to replace it immediately. Here are the tools and steps that can help you finish the job:

Difficulty level: Easy

Things you'll need:

  • Floor jacks and jack stands
  • Wrench
  • Screwdriver
  • New washer reservoir cap

Step 1: The location of the washer reservoir cap differs according to the type of vehicle. Hence, it is important to consult your vehicle's service manual first in order to determine the location of the washer reservoir cap.

Step 2: Once you have consulted the manual, make sure that the parking brake of your vehicle is engaged. Place your ride in an area with enough illumination.

Step 3: Since the location of the washer reservoir cap differs from one vehicle to another, some vehicles may require being lifted. For this matter, use floor jacks and jack stands to support your vehicle.

Step 4: Look for the hood release of your vehicle. This is located on the left part beside the steering wheel, which is underneath the instrument panel.

Step 5: This time, loosen up and release the latch that supports the underside of the hood. This will then serve as a hood stand to let it be raised while working.

Step 6: Now that you can see the old washer reservoir cap clearly, practice safety measure first before moving it. For this matter, locate and disconnect the negative ground cable from the battery terminal with the help of a wrench.

Step 7: With the help of a screwdriver, take off the fender line that will allow you to work with the old washer reservoir cap more easily. If the screws of the fender line are too tight to be removed, you can use a penetrating spray.

Step 8: Depending on the type of washer reservoir cap that your vehicle has, some types need to be turned in a counterclockwise direction in order to be removed. A rag can help in turning just in case the old washer reservoir cap is too tight.

Step 9: If the turning method does not work, then the old washer reservoir cap in your vehicle may have fasteners on it. Hence, use a screwdriver or wrench to loosen and remove those fasteners away. Store the fasteners in a safe area if they are still in good condition.

Step 10: You may now install your new washer reservoir cap. Make sure that it will be properly fit and sealed on the washer reservoir to avoid any leaks.

Step 11: Reinstall the components that you have removed in reverse order. Start off with the fender line. Attach its fastening screws securely.

Step 12: Reconnect the negative ground cable to the battery terminal afterwards, and then move the hood latch to close your vehicle's hood.

Step 13: You may now remove the floor jacks and jack stands. Start the engine afterwards to test the efficiency of your new washer reservoir cap.

Helpful Automotive Resources

How to Replace Your Windshield Washer Reservoir
August 12, 2020
How to Replace Your Windshield Washer ReservoirAs the name suggests, the windshield washer reservoir stores the fluid that helps your vehicle’s wipers clean the windshield. While it’s a relatively simple container made from rugged polyethylene plastic, it can eventually develop cracks and start leaking—which means it would have to be replaced as soon as possible.
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