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There is an excitor cable on the back of the alternator which tells it when it ought to be charging. If this is faulty, the alternator will not start to charge the battery, even if it's a completely working unit. If changing the alternator didn't work, the likelyhood is that there is a fault somewhere in the wiring loom for this (possibly even a fuse).


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To access the Wiper reservoir tank you need to remove the cover over the battery.Then disconnect the battery and remove it. The Coolant tank bolt is combined with the wash tank and needs to be removed. To make it easier to remove and replace the washer tank take out the other coolant tank bolt. Remove the two smaller bolts holding the wash tank in place.Now ...


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