I keep getting blockages in the screen washer jets. I've tried the pin method to clear the exit holes of the jets. Then I've flushed through with several letres of clean water into the reservoir tank so that it continually overflowed for a few minutes, I air agited the liquid with a bike pump. Some green flakey looking algae has come out: it is very fine so I don't think that's been the prblem...... What should I do next? I can't see an easy way to get at and remove the reservoir.....
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Did one today, assuming drive shaft removed take off large clip from inner boot slide back joint socket comes away leaving the knuckle joint on the shaft remove 19mm circlip and tap knuckle off spline this allows outer boot to come back - easy enough. Not much tubber to secure new clip over boot though especially with all the grease.
you dont have to dismantle anything.simply get a thin sowing needle and put the pointed end into the small hole in the middle of the spray jet keep trying until until it clears;the little ball jet will move; again useing the needle move the ball back to point at screen ,hope this solves your problem.adrian