Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 22:17:48 -0400
From: John & Margaret Strowe <westornopsamick.net>
Subject: Re: 9000 washer bottle


-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- If you remove the wheel, you can take out the wheel well. It's in two pieces that attach to the fender. They are also attached to studs on the trim piece that goes around the opening for the wheel. Once you have the wheel well out (or at least the front half of it) you will be able to reach the washer bottle. I'm not sure if there are any hidden bolts that you still can't reach, but at least you can gain access to the bottle this way. Good luck, John Mark Carter wrote: Having a bit of trouble with my '93 9000 turbo. The windscreen washer bottle is leaking, not sure if it's the hoses or the bottle itself. It appears to be located in front of the offside wheel, rather than in the wing. I'm looking for help as to what's involved in getting at the washer bottle. Is it easy, or am I best off going to a dealer? Mark. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: PGP Personal Privacy 6.0.2 iQCVAwUBOPUuPYLLgRU96jMdAQFDqwP6Agg5YoihnkXFB/oMwMcxY8SsuCKur/0h tW9tqXDuI5DFBzloSzFRANfXQAhSwxP0eyzHmlThZyjrcuRxk8+stZl6xGLyqvSb rwmujxpVpORiw/OH2NL2h35+FAqLfa3vavdx/5peWbeNTyUA1DHngEi6cEbM4L0D SD5Va5JS0wc= =mQ8W -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

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