Question about 2005 Nissan Murano
Crack in hose. Is that something I can fix myself?
Remove the cracked hose and take it to parts store and buy a new hose get it about 1 inch longer than old one. Replace 1 end and put hose back in clips and measure how much you need to connect on the end and cut excess off put hose on fitting. This should have water flow agaig and no cracked hose.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most likley just some dirt. disconnect the rubber hoses going from the bottem of the resivoir to the hood and either blow thru them or use compressed air. if not the hose, check the hard plastic junctions that connect the hoses by running a neddle through them. and if needed check the thing that squirts the fluid with the needle or air. hope this works for ya
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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