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Old 09-02-2002, 01:24   #1 (permalink)
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Rear wiper troubles

hey guys / girls,

I cant get the bloddy rear washer jet to work on my wagon!!!

Does anyone know the path that the water hose takes after it leaves the washer bottle??

I'd like to get this one fixed, coz i hate not being able to wash my window while on the move!


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Through LH tail gate hinge down LH rear pillar, into cabin near rear LH lights along LH sill to engine bay.
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Re: Rear wiper troubles

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hey guys / girls,

I cant get the bloddy rear washer jet to work on my wagon!!!

Does anyone know the path that the water hose takes after it leaves the washer bottle??
The Washer bottle is held in by a couple of Phillips screws, there are two pumps one does the front and the other does the rear. The two pumps sit in rubber grommits and these have a little filter built in. My washers have stopped working a couple of times and each time it has been a build up of gunge against the filters.

Check also for a split hose, it runs a small rubber flexible hose from the pump down to a rigid plastic one that runs to the rear alongside the fuel lines.

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try swapping the hoses around on the motors, process of elimination!
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