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It goes onto the wand itself. With the Pressure Washer off: If you have the wand unattached from the hose it works easier. Then separate the WAND into two pieces at the big joint in the center. Insert the bottle into the joint on the opposite end of the section that will be attached to the hose, (once you have the wand in two pieces you will see the same types of connections that are on the bottle.) then attach the other end of the wand to the bottle. Now reattach the wand to the hose.
you mean water in the pump oil ??? or engine oil ???
im suspecting pump oil... you didn\'t seal it properly or you have a crack somewhere in the main housing. rarely is it viable to repair these pumps... if you search a little you can find replacements pretty damn cheap !!!
Determine which direction it needs to go to pull the cord out of the hole and COMPRESS the spring. put the tab on the tail end into the housing, and put the white spool in the inner end of the spring. rotate the spool while keeping your finger on the spring to hold it onto the spool. Once it's sufficiently wound enough to fit back into the housing, insert it and reinstall the washer and clip.
The procedure for removing and installing turn signal light bulbs is the same as that for brake light and taillight bulbs. Only the procedure for brake light and taillight bulbs is described here.
Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
Disconnect the battery.
Switch off all electrical connectors.
Turn off ignition.
Remove the rear light, as follows:
Remove the rear striker mount cover.
Reach behind the respective quarter panel trim and unscrew the knurled nut. Make sure the washer and spacer do not fall down.
Remove the rear light and disconnect the electrical connector.
Turn the bulb holder in the direction shown and remove from the housing
Turn the bulb holder in the direction shown
Remove the bulb from holder.
Install the bulb in the reverse order of removal. When installing, make sure bulb holder engages in housing by turning in opposite direction.
Install the rear light, as follows:
Connect the electrical connector.
Insert the rear light housing into the body opening.
Insert the retaining bolt into the body opening.
Insert the rear light into the cutout.
Insert the rear light into the cutout in the direction of arrow
Slide the spacer and washer onto the retaining bolt, attach the knurled nut and tighten by hand.
Turn the bulb holder in the direction shown and remove from housing.
On most pressure washers the nozzle is inserted into a quick connect. Simply grasp the outside of the housing holding the nozzle and pull back. The nozzle will come out. While holding the spring loaded connector back insert a new nozzle and release. In some case there is a slot and the quick connect must be orientated so the slot lines up with a pin. If the end looks like this, then it is a quick connect. Grasp it and pull back.
Dont use your mouth youll get poisoned, soap will only come out when there is high water flow, ex. with soaper tip (the one with the bigger hole) or no tip. When you have high pressure tip on it will not work.