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Windshield jet washers are clogged, how can I reopened again? Do I should take out the hood liner? It has fasteners that I don't know to uninstall and reinstall again later. I will appreciate your advise.

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These nozzles are replaceable purchased at any chrysler dealership
cleaning them is not recomended

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If your not going to take them out,compressed air may blow them out try from the bottle and in from the outlet of the washers

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