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    Quote Originally Posted by Vette Gal View Post
    Although I must admit I have never seen T. Paper that would be interesting.

    i have never seen corvette tp either and it would be a sin to use it... but i wouldnt mind some with the ford or toyota logo

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    THANKS GERRY...AND EVERYONE ELSE WITH ALL THE HELP IN LOCATING A WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUID CONTAINER...............YEAH I FOUND ONE...................ONE HAPPY GAL HERE............WHAT AN AMAZING GROUP OF PEOPLE YOU ALL ARE..........CHEERS VETTE GAL

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotshotzny View Post
    i have never seen corvette tp either and it would be a sin to use it... but i wouldnt mind some with the ford or toyota logo
    IF I EVER COME ACROSS ANY SPECIALTY
    T.P. I MOST CERTAINLY WILL SEND YOU SOME, ESPECIALLY IF IT HAS FORD MUSTANGS ON IT................ I HAVE HEARD THEY HAVE ELVIS T P OUT THERE SOMEWHERE AND FOR ME THAT IS ALMOST "DON'T BE CRUEL"..............
    VETTE GAL

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7t9shark View Post
    Barry08 is right. You have to get at it from under the car, by removing the horizontal splash shield behind the wheel. Then remove the charcoal cannister. Then you remove the front tire and remove the bolts that hold the container in place. The jug is then lowered throught the bottom.

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    Absolutely correct. Easiest and best way. It's still a PITA though...
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    I'm so glad somebody else has done this before. I sprung a leak and am barely able to crawl around under the car any more. It's good to know the best and easiest way to get it out, because I took one look at it and thought I better go to the CAC tech section and search around before I start to get any tools out. Thank You!!!!
    Pete
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