When I try to spray windshield washer fluid to clean my rear window, it sprays but not on the rear window. When I open my hatchback, there is fluid running down the right side of my hatchback. I removed the sprayer yesterday and tried the washer without the sprayer and still no fluid. I then looked back in my hatchback and again, there was fluid running down inside my car on the right side again. I probably have a leak in the supply line running to the sprayer but I don't know how to expose the line to fix it.
How do I expose the washer lines running to my rear window washer? on 2009 Dodge Caliber
by Loghousegal in Valley Falls, KS on July 06, 2013
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by pushrod , July 06, 2013
First look along the top of the rear hatch for a broken hose. The plastic trim panel on the inside of the hatch will have to be removed to see more. If not equiped, get some help.
COMMENT by Loghousegal , July 06, 2013
Would this be the long straight panel that runs horizontally at the top of the hatch?
COMMENT by pushrod , July 06, 2013
Have someone activate washer while you look for the leak.
ANSWER by gearjammernh , November 28, 2013
I would like an answer to this also. My Caliber has the same problem.