washer fluid tank leaking.

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Asked by Jun 15, 2007 at 11:41 AM about the 2007 Toyota Avalon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have just purchased a 2007 Toyota Avalon, i notice that the washer fluid light was on. So i raised the hood and proceeded to fill the washer fluid tank. i noticed that my feet were becoming spattered with a liquid solution. I looked at the driveway surface and saw all of the washer fluid i just poured into the washer tank running across my driveway.

what can this be? loose hose or broken tank. only 4000 miles on this car.

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My father has a 2006 Avalon Touring and loves it and has never had a problem with it....I'm sure you'll love the car. That is a strange problem, its either a cut hose or a broken tank. I would have been at the Toyota dealership 10 minutes after I saw the leak! Take a swing by the service department and have them fix the leak. Toyota service providers are usually very good when it comes to issues like this.

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I have an 07 Avalon with the same issue. Fortunately I had it in for service and they noticed the leak as well. The part is on order for replacement.

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Having the same problem-what part had to be replaced? Was it covered under the warranty (I have an 07)? Thanks.

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i have an 07 and i seen it leaking so i jacked up my car and removed the cover and seen my hose was lose so i popped it back in week later it happened again so i relized the tube was over stretched so i strapped a zip tie and no problem so far

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I have a '97 Avalon and my girlfriend has a '98 Camry, both have leaking washer fluid issues. I haven't looked into them yet but will post again when I do. Meantime anybody have this issue with the older Avalon/Camry? Thanks!

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i have an 07 avalon limited which has the same problem twice now.

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I have 07 we just bought has only 22K miles and the washer fluid just leaked all over garage. I found there was a problem with 2005 - 2007 under warranty however it was 36months or 36K miles; so I'm out of luck there but will try taking to Toyota anyway.

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