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Old 05-22-2008, 02:53 PM
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Adjusting Washer Spray Nozzle?

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Is there anyway to adjust the windshield sprayer nozzle? My drivers side nozzle is now spraying right at the bottom of the windshield.

I used to adjust other nozzles with a safety pin in the nozzle hole, but mine is a different style where the actual hole is not visible.

Any help?
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Have you tried cleaning it?
Try a set of tip cleaners used for a torch tip.
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I use an air compressor with around 20 PSI to clean mine. There's an inline connector in the rubber hose under the hood up close to the windshield on the passenger side. Just unplug the hose and shoot some air through it.
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I had one do the same thing, I just replaced it. I tried adjusting it, but it has nway to adjust the direction of the spray. And it's quite easy to swap out. the price is a killer though, I got mine from Direct Ford parts for around $6.
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I had one do the same thing, I just replaced it. I tried adjusting it, but it has nway to adjust the direction of the spray. And it's quite easy to swap out. the price is a killer though, I got mine from Direct Ford parts for around $6.

whats the part number i think i need one.
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