windshield fluid on 2004 BMW 325i

i have a slow leak in my windshield fluid line. how do you repair this? the dealership wants $600 to do so!

by in Danville, VA on April 08, 2009
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ANSWER by on April 08, 2009
The windscreen washer resiviour is located behind the front bumper on the right side of the car. The washer bottle has two washer motors in the bottle either of which could be leaking from the rubber grommet that seals the motor to the washer bottle. Do you see a puddle of washer fluid under your car or does the bottle only leak if the bottle is over half full? Gaining access to the washer bottle may require removing the front bumper. I would phone around and see if there are any independent BMW repair shops i n your area.
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COMMENT by on April 08, 2009
i do not see fluid coming out. It takes a month for it to leak out and I was told that it was in the line that sprays fluid onto the headlights. I did not know that it did this and do not think it actually does. However, there is a line that appears to be connecting in that area.
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