So I did a little reading online and came up with a idea, I'm sure I'm not the first, but I didn't find any exact D.I.Y.. Sorry no pics as I did this about 5 mins prior to leaving for work this morning. Steps below the break:
- Remove the washer fluid cap and plastic filter from the reservoir / tank.
- Look down the tank until you see two metal prongs... that is our target!
- Take any kind of wire that is 18 - 24 inches long and strip about 1.5 - 2inchs of it so that the wire is exposed. I used some speaker wire that was laying around.
- With that exposed wire we want to make a noose at one end. It doesn't have to be perfect, but it does need to be functional so that it will tighten around something when you pull the other end of the wire. The noose itself only needs to be about 3/4 - 1 inch in length. If you aren't sure what a noose it, go watch a old Western movie or search for it online.
- Now thread the wire with the noose end going first down the washer fluid reservoir / tank. You may need a long flat head screw drive to help guide you, but the goal is to get the noose end around BOTH metal prongs.
- Once the noose is around the prongs, pull on the other end of the wire so that the noose can tighten around them. Just don't over do it, or that noose may come un-done.
- Once secure, tie the other end of the wire around the top of the reservoir / tank. This is not only to keep enough tension that the noose does not come out but to also allow easy access to remove it when you do decide to fix the leak and remove the wire.
- When you fire up your S4 the warning light should no longer display. If it does, then you need to check your work as you likely only hooked one of the two prongs. Both need to be within the noose to close the connection to disable the warning light....