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Check the pipe feed under the hood for any kinks in the line.
Remove the pipe feed carefully and using a high pressure airline, blow back in the reverse direction of the water, back down the washer jet. This fine washer jet is prone to becoming blocked. If you don't have a high pressure airline, then you will need something very fine and flexible, yet stiff enough that when you insert it down the washer jet holes, it can disturb any blockage down there. Although I haven't tried one, you might use a yard brush nylon brush filament.
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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