Windshield washer fluid leak fix?

I noticed that if I topped up the washer fluid to max level, it started leaking slowly then stopped at a certain fluid level.
I’m wondering how expensive is this to fix the leak?
Thank you!

It’s concerning to hear about the washer fluid leak in your car.

The cost of fixing it can vary depending on the cause of the leak and the extent of the repairs needed.

In some cases, it might be a simple fix like tightening a loose hose or replacing a damaged seal, which could be relatively inexpensive.

However, if the leak is more complex and requires parts replacement or extensive repairs, it could be more costly. I’d recommend getting it inspected by a trusted mechanic to determine the exact cause of the leak and get a quote for the repair.

That way, you can make an informed decision about the next steps.

If you find a leak in your washer fluid reservoir, the most effective solution is to replace it. There are no reliable sealants or fixes for the plastic material used in the reservoir. The risk of compromising your visibility while driving is too significant to rely on a temporary or subpar fix.