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Looking for low fluid windshield washer sensors that are in the fluid reservoir located by the generator for a 1990 WB. Our low fluid light came on but our reservoir was full. So Ed removed the reservoir and the sensors were very corroded. Randy or anyone know where to find replacements? Thank you.

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Randy, Ed toss them. A picture of them would not have helped. You could not even see what they were, they were so corroded. Ed says they had rusted off their holding area and unrecognizable, just a lump of corrosion. There were two of them. Question: can a sensor like what are in current rvs be used in place? Has anyone else replaced their sensors? We can obviously live without the sensors, lol, but Ed would like to fix it.
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I'm guessing the fluid reservoir & sensor is a standard component from a truck or car. Try googling any numbers you can find on the reservoir to identify it.
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If it is the small plastic tank, there is nothing special about the sensors.
Use two stainless screws & caulk.
Try shorting the wires together, the dash light should turn On & Off
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This might be agood place to start.

http://www.schoolbuspartsco.com/WebP...r_washers.html

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Thank you all. Ed thinks to try Bill's idea first to see if the wires still work. And then Dave's site to see if those sensors might work. Another item on his list of Roundtuit fixes, lol. She sure keeps him hopping, grins.
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