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S 500 headlight washer nozzle

How does it come out so that I can replace it with a new one. It is the drivers side headlight washer nozzle

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  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2009

    S500 Passenger side nozzle blew off last winter. I bought the whole nozzle ***'l but how do you remove the old one? I can have someone push the button and turn off the motor, but how do you stop it from closing. Will that screw it up if you hold it???

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    Replace headlight washer nozzle

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U have to remove the whole front bumber... but the washer nozzle really not easy to remove...
if u got WIS.. it will make ur job more easily.. the WORKSHOP INFORMATION SYSTEM.
it will teach u all u neeed to do..

Posted on Oct 30, 2008

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REMOVE THE COVER FROM UNDER THE BONETT
TAKE THE HEATER PLUG OFF
GET HOLD OF THE END OF THE PIPE AND PULL IT AWAY FROM THE UNIT ( JUST POPS OFF )
BEHIND THAT LOOK CLOSELY YOU WILL SEE A SQUARE BLOCK, ON THE SIDES THEIR ARE TWO HOLES WITH LUGS IN THEM,
YOU HAVE TO PUSH TWO SMALL SCREWDRIVERS DOWN ETHER SIDE OF THE SQUARE BETWEEN THE SQUARE AND THE CENTER BLOCK AND PULL CENTER OUT
DONT BE TO HEAVY HANDED WHEN YOU DO THIS
IT'S NOT EASY BUT IT CAN BE DONE

THIS REMOVES THE TWO JETS AND THE HEATER
THIS IS THE PART YOU WILL HAVE TO REPLACE

I HAVE DONE THE PASSINGER SIDE, IT EASIER

BAST OF LOOK

Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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It does not come out. You have to replace the whole nozzle assembly. It sounds expensive to own a German car when it breaks down.

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