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    do you have to change whole bottle to install a washer fluid level sensor

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    No.......

    Just drill yours and fit the sensor.

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    Nope there is a ridge to the right of where the pump sits. This ridge marks the bottom of where the level sensor fits (it has a flat on one side)

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    thats alright then, and do you know where it plugs into

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    Should be a plug taped to the windscreen washer loom.

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    You may or may not have the wiring and plug there. If not then this thread may be of help to you

    http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showth...-Washer-sensor

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