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Quickest way is either to pull the pump out of the back of the tank (remove arch liner and reach back) to let the fluid drain or use a syphon pump.

http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_storeId_10001_catalogId_10151_productId_567043_langId_-1_categoryId_255216

Running the motor for too long will burn it out.

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I tried a Tesco Bio screenwash before that was the same, horrible white residue where it dried on the glass and paintwork.

I use Carplan all seasons wash now and it's far better.

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Quickest way is either to pull the pump out of the back of the tank (remove arch liner and reach back) to let the fluid drain or use a syphon pump.

Or leave a hose running fresh water into it for a couple of minutes, Save faffing about getting mouthfuls of washer fluid ;)

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I'm in the same boat with the rubbish Tesco Screen Wash,

I could spend 2-3 hours cleaning car, then first time i use the wipers there will be horrible streaks left on bonnet,

Just got back from Tesco (Leeds) and they have Prestone 4L half price (£3),

Going to drain my washer fluid with a generous burst every time I get in, then give the Prestone stuff a go.

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