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The black plastic part that windshield washer hose Problem with the 2005 Dodge Durango The black plastic part that windshield washer hose attaches to has broken off the hood mounted nozzle on 2005 Dodge Durango. I'm in a wheelchair and can't see if I need to replace the black plastic hose attach part or if I have to replace the whole nozzle assembly. How do they attach to one another or how do I remove the nozzle (actually, how do I tell my daughter how to do it, ha).

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Anonymous

Any plastic part that is broken will require getting a new
piece at the dealers parts counter

I would go there & have the parts folks come out & look at
what you need & your daughter hopefully can replace it

Posted on Jul 15, 2011

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