Still in the first few weeks of driving my first Jeep, a 2012 Wrangler, and I put on the windshield wash to clear the bugs from my windshield. Front t-tops were off and I immediately noticed the awful smell of antifreeze/coolant!!!! Fear rushed through me as I realized previous owner or dealership must have accidentally added coolant to the windshield wash tank. Which made me realize that maybe they put windshield washer fluid in the radiator reserve!!! So as soon as I got back home, I open the windshield wash bin, take a sniff, and sure enough, smells like radiator fluid. So I empty it, flush it, and move on to the radiator reserve. Take a sniff, and it's not smelling as strong as typical radiator fluid. So I pump some out into a bucket, sniff again, swirl it around to see if its sudsy like washer fluid would be, and it does bubble a little. So now I'm super pissed bc I don't know enough about cars to know if putting windshield washer fluid in a radiator is a major problem. Thermostat reading on my dash has been normal and everything sounds and runs fine. I bought the Jeep in PA, but live in NJ. So I called our local Jeep dealership and scheduled an appointment to have the radiator flushed, which I'm hoping will be covered by warranty. Can anyone advise how harmful it is to my Jeep if there is indeed washer fluid running through my radiator for AT LEAST the last 1500 miles (that's how many I've put on it)? Thanks!