Question about 2000 Honda Accord
Old assy came off during car wash leaving its 'pipe' in plastic water tube. That tube then fell back into recess between roof & roof lining. When I remove a few lining 'clips' above rear screen I can just get hold of tube but a) I can't push it through its hole hence b) I can't remove broken pipe and hence c) I can't fit new pipe/nozzle assy. Can I 'pull the tube to extend it ('60mm would probably do) and/or can I release it temporarily from its attachment to the water reservoir (or from some other accesible place) ? I am afraid to lower the roof lining too much!!!
Any advice appreciated Thanks Mike Stockford
IF YOU CAN HOLD HOSE FROM BACK SIDE WITH FINGER TIPS AS CLOSE TO EXIT HOLE POSSIBLE, I THEN USE WHAT LOOKS LIKE A DENTISTS METAL TOOTH PICK ONE WITH A SLIGHT HOOK ON END(CAN BE BOUGHT AT ALMOST ANY TOOL STORE FOR A COUPLE BUCKS) THEN WILL HOLDING HOSE FROM BACK I STICK HOOKED END OF PICK INTO SIDE OF HOSE WHICH ALLOWS YOU TO PULL BACK THROUGH HOLE. YOU THEN CAN USUALLY PULL AN INCH OR TWO OF SLACK IN HOSE ALLOWING YOU TO CUT BROKEN PLASTIC PIECE IN HOSE RT OUT AND INSTALLL NEW KNOZZLE
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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