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Hugo Schmeisser wrote:

> SharkmanBMW wrote:
>>the "liquid" is also good for temps of -40celcius.
>>so it is not really an issue, until it hits the cold windshield...
>>then it will sometimes freeze.

> The problem is, that -40º fluid sits in the nozzles overnight,
> evaporating off the methanol fraction. Minus the alcohol, washer fluid
> is just water and detergent.
> And guess what water does at -40º? Nozzles /can/ and /do/ freeze up.
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