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Installation of passanger side window washer fluid jet

The jet was damaged. After looking under the hood the drivers side tubing is exposed the passanger side is behind the engine compartment. Will I have to remove the dash to install?

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  • silver top May 11, 2010

    hi the washer jet itself has two plastic clips each side which spring out when jet is pushed into its hole/location so to remove use a small screwdriver and prise under one side of jet whilst lifting you will find jet will come out of its location with pipe attached disconnect pipe and have someone operat washer if pipe is clear or blocked advise you wrap some tape or a wire tie round pipe 1st so as not to lose it inside ?

  • Jeremy Kastrup May 11, 2010

    windshield washer squirters ?

  • Brian  Greer
    Brian Greer May 11, 2010

    WHAT WAS DAMAGED? THE PUMP, OR THE WASHER NOZZLE (ON THE HODD)?

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no you will have to remove the wiper cowl , remove the wiper arms and any exposed clips holding the cowl down , sometime ford used Blind clips so it may feel attached after you remove any exposed screws . BE careful around the windshield !!!

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