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Old 11-03-2011, 09:46 AM
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I'm a newbie so bare with me if I am asking advice on something that has already been addressed. I have a leak in the rear window washer tubing that is draining the washer container. I have temporarily plugged the the line at the reservoir. I don't know how to get to the hose to fix it. Tips and advice is appreciated.

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Had exact same problem, there is a tube under the carpet with a connection in the rear cargo area the disconnects. Easy to fix, just allot of time because have to remove allot of the plastic molding on the inside. Then reconnect the tube, and prop the carpet up with a board to dry to about a day. Just take your time with the molding so you don't crack any and should go fairly easy.
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Had exact same problem, there is a tube under the carpet with a connection in the rear cargo area the disconnects. Easy to fix, just allot of time because have to remove allot of the plastic molding on the inside. Then reconnect the tube, and prop the carpet up with a board to dry to about a day. Just take your time with the molding so you don't crack any and should go fairly easy.
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Right on. Thanks. Fixed it. Now to get that carpet pad dried out.
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I had the same problem when I bought mine and after fixing it under the carpet it came loose in the tailgate
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Mine came loose in the engine compartment somewhere near the firewall, never have had it fixed, not sure if the pipe goes into the car or under. Mine was a frozen pipe the first winter I had the Blazer
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yep - one of the many problems I had with my '00 Jimmy. That one had the tube disconnect from the rubber connector under the rear cargo floor. Then I worked on someone's "01 Blazer which had the same line disconnected in the hatch. What a crap design this is.

After you get it back together, crank on small zip ties on all the rubber junctions so it doesn't happen again ... because I can guarantee you it will.
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