My indicator light came on the dash. The fluid was ok so I took it to my mechanic who told me that it was the coolant indicator.I was told the sensor was in the overflow container. I paid $45 for the part and 45 for the labor. The light was still on so I was advised to take it to the dealer who told me it was the washer fluid sensor, so they have ordered the windshield washer container which has the sensor attached. They said they would drop the $95 diagnostic charge and it would cost me $145 to replace this part. I really have been through hell for this. Am I being ripped off again?
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1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT SL Question: How much does it cost to replace the windshield washer fluid sensor/container?
Answer #1pushrod July 06, 2013, 07:47Master
I would see the first repair shop and ask why it is not fixed!
Cute picture, you may need a bigger ride! Lol.
Replyklkost, July 07, 2013, 15:44Rookie
I am in the process of looking for another car. That is why I am getting this one fixed up so I can sell it. My new car will definitely be bigger!! Thanks for your comment!
Replypushrod, July 07, 2013, 16:40Master
Cool, looks like you will have some help picking it out.
Good luck with everything!!