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Hello Hi, have 2.5D4D bakkie have a problem with windscreen washer jet. Doesn't have enough pressure for the water to reach the windscreen, could it be the pump or the nozzles on the bonnet?

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Be carefull remove the w washer hose on nozzle they break easy try heating that little hose a bit its easyer to remove after you did remove spray air from the outside on the nozzle on the hood or bonnet for u debrie will come out make sure its clean reinstall
And try it

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