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Old 12-05-2005, 01:47 PM   #11
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Found my after cleaning pics
Wow. Okay, I know what my next project is. Question though: Is the break cleaner method safe for the wiper fluid reservior as well?
Your'* is clean compared to how mine looked on teh 97. It resembled a long term sewage project.

Should be good for any of them. If you remove the pump and ensure that you RINSE, RINSE, RINSE them super well.
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Found my after cleaning pics
Wow. Okay, I know what my next project is. Question though: Is the break cleaner method safe for the wiper fluid reservior as well?
Your'* is clean compared to how mine looked on teh 97. It resembled a long term sewage project.

Should be good for any of them. If you remove the pump and ensure that you RINSE, RINSE, RINSE them super well.
Gotcha. I'll be at this over the weekend.
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