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Right i remember i filled it up not long sice and it took a fair bit, since then i havnt really used it all that much but today just randomly the low washer level warning came up, not even after i'd used it just random, then i expected it to tell me straight away after i start ignition later but no it took a good 10 mins.
Any ideas?? Dont think i have a leak as no puddles on garage floor

cheer lee
 

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QUOTE(L333 FOW @ 8 Feb 2010, 06:36 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Right i remember i filled it up not long sice and it took a fair bit, since then i havnt really used it all that much but today just randomly the low washer level warning came up, not even after i'd used it just random, then i expected it to tell me straight away after i start ignition later but no it took a good 10 mins.
Any ideas?? Dont think i have a leak as no puddles on garage floor

cheer lee

It does come on quite early considering how much it holds. Bugs me all the time
 

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the headlight washer can be a pain as it uses lots of water i had it on my polo gti and audi a3 i was forever fillin up the polo's water bottle as it never had a very big bottle but the bottle in the focus is a lot bigger .
 

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I hate how I fill it up (not brimming/visible down the pipe) when I set off or brake or go around a corner, I get the smell of washer fluid as if I have over filled it????

And don't get me going about headlight 'washers'
 

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I think washer bottle is prone to leaking given some G-forces. It is a rule that after even the sunniest track day washer bottle will be empty no matter how full it was at the start of the day.
 
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