Installed: Canadian washer bottle reservoir
OK, folks. This is a minor one but makes life easier before the winter sets in.
Ordered from http://www.canadianhondaparts.com/Pa...rical&illid=60 as they have a nice web site and ship to the US.
The bottle itself (76841-TA5-C01) is $30. A new cap (76802-S01-C02) with the proper length is not really needed. A longer hose (76832-TA5-C01) is required but you could get one cut to length locally (850mm).
1 - Remove front passenger side tire and fender liner
2 - Disconnect pump motor electrical connection
3 - Disconnect pump hose and let drain into a bucket
4 - Pull hose out of three clips, remove hose at joint
5 - Remove clip at washer mouth
6 - Remove 3 10mm bolts
7 - Remove bottle
8 - Move pump and its bushing to new bottle
9 - Put 1" rubber plug in level sensor hole
10 - Install new bottle, attach motor electrical connection
11 - Install new hose
12 - Reinstall fender liner (hardest part)
I just poured a full gallon of fluid in!
*I did get the level sensor. Will work on this. The instrument cluster does not have the LED but does have the wire going from there over to the passenger foot well.
2011 V6 2dr BB w/Nav
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