[s-cars] Removing washer nozzles

chris chambers fastscirocco_2000 at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 25 12:12:18 EDT 2005


I would remove the hose from backsize of the nozzle, push the dirt back
like you have before and use compressed air to blow it completely out
of the nozzle.

Then I would run the washers without the hose hooked to the nozzle to
purge your system.


--- Marc Gorelick <marc at frogville.net> wrote:

> Folks:
> I have strggled for a while trying to keep the passenger-side washer 
> nozzle clear of dirt that has got into the washer system. I can push
> the 
> grit back into the nozzle body with a pin, which clears it for a 
> while...but it just clogs back up again.
> As anyone from the Rust Belt will realize, the importance of keeping
> the 
> windshield washers working in the winter is paramount.
> So, how do I remove the nozzles so I can either clean them out or 
> replace them?  I don't see any obvious way to get them off without 
> destroying them. Perhaps destroying them and replacing is actually
> the 
> method...?
> Thanks for any advice.
> Marc
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