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Old 08-14-2014, 07:46 PM
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Check washing fluid

Actually I never seen such message in cluster before so really surprised. I usually lease cars for 3 years and never deal with washing fluids. So hopefully there is no leakage in the system. Can somebody suggest a good washing fluid for E class beside of just get some water from tub and add some soap? We do not have temperature below 32 here in California so no risk to get liquid frozen
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Old 08-14-2014, 08:29 PM
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Any commercially prepared washer fluid is the best. Don't mix your own....Believe it or not I find a gallon jug of my local supermarket brand works great.
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Old 08-15-2014, 05:46 AM
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I use what women use to clean up the windows and don't mix it with water .It takes more than 3 liters to fully top it off
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I use what my housekeeper and cook leave laying around the house. Seems to work well.
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I assume you are talking about windshield washer fluid. I had this message recently and discussed with dealer. They suggested Rain X washer fluid. Costs only about $3. Works flawlessly so far. As I understand any commercially available fluid should be good too.
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In these parts, the main feature required is freeze resistance!
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