Frozen Windshield Wiper Fluid?
The car trip can draw the family together, as it was in the days before television when parents and children actually talked to each other. ~ Andrew H. Malcolm
Thawing out frozen windshield wiper fluid is no problem. This video has a couple of solutions.
This article explains why your windshield wiper fluid might have frozen - and offers an alternative liquid for an emergency.
Sometimes the problem isn't your windshield washer fluid that's frozen - it's a clog in the nozzle. This video shows you how to clear the spray jet nozzle so your windshield washer fluid can flow with ease.
Now that your windshield washer fluid is thawed, make sure your aren't following these 9 bad winter habits that can ruin your vehicle. (Be sure to winterize your car.)
Here's a neat idea if you live in a region with a lot of snow, ice and frost:
Once you get them, this video shows you how to quickly install your heated windshield wipers on your vehicle.
Back to: Windshields/Wipers
* Repair That "Ding"
* Protect Your Windshield
* Replace Wipers with (video)
* Unfreezing Wipers (video)
* Frozen Wiper Fluid?
* Winterize Your Car – Part 2
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Nothing is as easy to make as a promise this winter to do something next summer; this is how commencement speakers are caught.
~ Sydney Harris