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Old 04-03-2018, 10:02 AM
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Old 04-03-2018, 10:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Brucewayne View Post
I have been trying to discover why my cabin has filled with water. I area I want to look at is the connections to the windscreen washer pumps. I don't have access to a large trolley jack to get the from wheel off, so is there a way of removing the front right wing and wheel arch liner without having the take the front right wheel off?
I accessed the tubing without removing the tire. Removed the screws holding down the liner and just folding it down.

I thought my car was just drinking all this wiper fluid since I never noticed a leak. When I found the tubing, the lock that holds 2 hoses together was no longer holding it together- I simply put a metal clamp and tightened it as much as I could. Don't want to replace the whole hose as it prob will take a lot more work...
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