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Used Renault Washer Bottles

All used Renault Washer Bottles listed on are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices and used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for Renault from premium breaker yards from across the UK.

About Washer Bottles

Renault washer bottle is a receptacle used to hold water or washer fluid for the front and rear windscreen of the vehicle. When the driver fills up the Renault washer bottle he/she must ensure that the cap is replaced. The Renault washer bottle is attached to the washer pump via thin plastic tubing. When the windscreen wipers are turned on, either by the driver or automatically, the washer pump begins pumping water from the Renault washer bottle. The water or washer fluid is then pushed through the thin tubing to the washer jets and sprays out on to the front or rear windscreen. These washer jets are small metal nozzles with black rubberised protective covers that help prevent them from corrosion. The water or washer fluid from the jets is then used by the windscreen wipers to clean the windscreen.

If a crack appears in a Renault washer bottle it may leak water or washer fluid. If this crack is big enough or is left for a long period of time the fluid/water will leak out of the washer bottle meaning none is left for cleaning the windscreens. Dirty windscreens can cause driver visibility issues.

Renault trivia

  • Nicole? Papa? The Renault advert that ran up until 1991 made actress Estelle Skronik more recognisable than PM John Major and TV host Chris Evans, and the advert finale was the single most-watched advert of all time (23 million Brits tuned in to watch it).
  • The Renault RS01 was dubbed ‘the yellow steam engine’ after it became the world’s first-ever turbocharged F1 car. It wasn’t a reliable car, but it was certainly quick!
  • Renault are obviously well known for their motorsport successes, but did you know that their early, groundbreaking work on car body mathematical curve modelling was one of the starting points for today’s computer graphics?
  • The fastest Renault ever made is the 1978 Alpine A443. It raced at Le Mans, and even with a less than intimidating 2.1ltr V6 engine it still managed an incredible 236mph.
  • The aluminium-bodied Renault Spider was essentially a race car that had been built for the road. Models sold everywhere, but it was only those that were sold in the UK that came with windscreens, which must have meant a lot of bugs in the face for French drivers.