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The water that squirt on my windshild the thing the water come out of i need to replace the line is good just the sprayer is broken i need to replace it

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You can go to any good auto place like auto zone and by a universal kit to replace the sprayer. Sometimes the plastic get brittle after being in the sun for so long and they break.


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