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Replacing the wiper fluid tank?

I had a large rat in my garage that somehow managed to chew a hole through my 2016 Model S wiper fluid tank/reservoir. Had a nice large puddle of wiper fluid under my car when I left the garage today. Has anyone tried replacing these? I could call Tesla for service but I like working on things myself whenever possible and I can probably fix it before they can even get me in for an appointment.

Hoping maybe someone has done this already.
 

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Can u get to it? Fingers on the hole? (Pray it ain't big) If so clean it with soap and water. Super clean, inside and out. Go buy JB weld epoxy. In black and white tube. Mix it up and apply. Wait 24 hours till hard and it will b fine. My coolant tank on RV split. Trucker told me that, it lasted 3000 miles till I got home. My tank had pressure, this does not. Should work fine, BUT has to be clean for epoxy to stick.
 
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