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Blocked washer jet alfa 156

How to removejet nozzle.does the jet holder(rubber) just prize off.difficult to stick needle in hole in situ. GG

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I had (have!) the same problem with blocked hoses. The jet nozzle does just prize off, and normally there is enough spare on the hoses to pull then out a little. The nozzle is attached to a small filter, you can separate them easily by pulling them apart. I suggest you can soak them overnight in detergent and blow through them in the morning, rather than sticking a needle in them which can lead to an off line dispersed jet if your not careful. You will also note that there is a screwdriver slot on the side of the nozzle. This is to adjust the jets vertically onto your screen.

Well, hope that helps, I need to replace the hoses - don't suppose you have any advice?

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You will probably find there is one or two plastic clips on the washer jet. You can usually get at these from the under side of the bonnet. Be carefull not to force them though because they do get brittle over time. If you do break them you can buy new ones from Alfa or a good motor parts store will probably have universal ones at a fraction of the dealer cost.

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