Windshield Washer/Wiper Fluid
The importance of keeping your windshield washer fluid tank filled is quite important for your cars’ care. The importance comes, primarily from mishaps that occur suddenly, such as dust, insects, etc. Such things can distract your driving abilities, leading to unsafe and unclear vision. To maintain your clear vision during driving, cars is provided the ability to wash the outside of the windshield in any occurrence, both during driving and during stopped. For safety, it is recommended that your windshield be washed only during you are stopped. Having a clean and clear windshield at all times is crucial and an essential part of car care and everyday driving.
Refilling your windshield washer fluid is simple and quick.
Follow these four (4) simple steps to refill or check your windshield washer fluid level. (Also known as wiper fluid)
- Open the car hood and prop it open so that it stays up while you work.
- Find the wiper fluid bottle. If in doubt, check your owners’ manual. Typically, it is a plastic container and the lid says washer fluid or may even have a picture of a wind shield in it.
- Once you have located the bottle, open the bottle and fill the bottle with the washer fluid.
- Replace the lid on the bottle and you can now wash your windshield from inside of your car using the washer button that is usually located on the turn signal rod or the windshield wiper buttons.
The level of fluid to apply is usually not a problem, just be sure to not overfill and spill the fluid out of the bottle, though this generally will not cause any harm to your car but will result in waste of fluid. You can store the remaining fluid in the trunk of your car. You can now enjoy the safety of a clean and clear windshield at all times. If you are away from home and traveling, most full service gas stations will clean your window for you additionally you can stop in at a car repair shop and the mechanics there are often willing to help you to fill your windshield washer fluid.