Keep your windshield washer fluid topped off, so that you aren’t caught by surprise in bad weather. Follow this guide to keep your windshield washer fluid full.
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Washer fluid is important to keep your windshield clean from not only dust and grime, but also from bug carcasses smearing across your field of view.
Or check out this article on how to Make your own Washer Fluid.
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Refilling the Washer Fluid in a Toyota Corolla – Steps
Here is a summary of the steps for refilling the washer fluid in a Toyota Corolla:
- Pop the hood
- Locate the washer fluid reservoir on the left side of the engine bay
- Pop open the plastic cover
- Pour in fresh washer fluid
- Close the cap
- Close the hood
The following steps go into more detail and include pictures:
Detailed Instructions for Adding Washer Fluid – Toyota Corolla
The first step is to pop the hood. Activate the latch under the steering wheel.
Prop up the hood using the prop rod in the appropriate hole in the hood.
Then locate the washer fluid reservoir on the left hand side of the engine bay.
Open the cover by lifting up on the flip top cap.
Use a funnel, or just line it up as best you can and start pouring the fresh washer fluid – bug wash in.
Add fluid until it is either full, or you have poured in the entire jug. If the reservoir is completely empty, it will take more than a gallon of fluid to fill it completely.
The fill neck is transparent, so you can see when it is full.
Flip the lid closed and press until it clicks.
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Make sure your windshield wipers are working properly as well. Click here for instructions on replacing the wipers.
Video – Refilling Washer Fluid in a Toyota Corolla
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