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Old 08 Feb 2008, 01:42 pm
Kenny
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Default Honda Jazz / Fit, Windscreen water leak

Hi,

I had to refill my windscreen water unusually quickly, and it went dry
again even quicker. I filled it up again this afternoon and just
noticed a trail of water behind my Jazz / Fit (2002 SE 1.4) after
parking, and noticed the water is pooling up underneath the car as it
sits parked.

The water is coming from roughly the rear of the drivers seat, in the
very middle of the car, i.e. in line with the handbrake.

What could be going on? Any help appreciated!

Many thanks

Kenny
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Old 08 Feb 2008, 02:58 pm
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Default Re: Honda Jazz / Fit, Windscreen water leak

Kenny wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I had to refill my windscreen water unusually quickly, and it went dry
> again even quicker. I filled it up again this afternoon and just
> noticed a trail of water behind my Jazz / Fit (2002 SE 1.4) after
> parking, and noticed the water is pooling up underneath the car as it
> sits parked.
>
> The water is coming from roughly the rear of the drivers seat, in the
> very middle of the car, i.e. in line with the handbrake.
>
> What could be going on? Any help appreciated!
>
> Many thanks
>
> Kenny

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If you used tap water and the temperature has dipped below 0 degrees C,
(32 F) you've cracked the storage tank. The fender or at least the
bumper will probably have to come off to replace it.
Parts diagrams are at www.slhondaparts.com

'Curly'
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Old 23 Nov 2008, 10:39 am
RamJunk
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Default Re: Honda Jazz / Fit, Windscreen water leak

I think the rear window washer uses the same tank as the windshield
washer. Sound like the supply line to the rear washer is leaking, may
have frozen.

motsco_:
> Kenny wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I had to refill my windscreen water unusually quickly, and it went

dry
>> again even quicker. I filled it up again this afternoon and just
>> noticed a trail of water behind my Jazz / Fit (2002 SE 1.4) after
>> parking, and noticed the water is pooling up underneath the car as

it
>> sits parked.
>>
>> The water is coming from roughly the rear of the drivers seat, in

the
>> very middle of the car, i.e. in line with the handbrake.
>>
>> What could be going on? Any help appreciated!
>>
>> Many thanks
>>
>> Kenny

> -----------------------
>
> If you used tap water and the temperature has dipped below 0 degrees

C,
> (32 F) you've cracked the storage tank. The fender or at least the
> bumper will probably have to come off to replace it.
> Parts diagrams are at www.slhondaparts.com
>
> 'Curly'

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