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  1. I recently, yesterday, noticed one of the pair of washer nozzles on the passenger side of my 01 C4 was gone. I blame the guys who did my car inspection because it was not missing before then. Personally, I don't care if it has a washer or not since I have never used it and don't see using the system any time soon if ever. I googled just a replacement nozzle head and figured they were commonly lost and relatively inexpensive. It turned out that everyone wants to sell you the ENTIRE unit for around $220 and some state the bumper must be removed to replace. That sounded stupid to me on the order of replacing your entire lawn irrigation system every time I ran over a sprinkler head with the lawn mower. I have a 3D printer and after doing a design that at least in theory should allow water to be forced through it, i printed out a replacement nozzle head. It took me 3 design tries to get just the right dimension but I finally had a snug fitting visually idential copy of the lost nozzle. I tried to design it at least somewhat functional but like I said I don't really care if it works or not, just that it covers up the obvious hole where it used to sit. The problem I encountered was the piece is tiny and I was reaching the resolution limit of my printer a Makerbot 2. This caused problems with the sphere design having a shell to thin to print correctly. I may later redisign the top sphere part and give it a thicker shell or simply forgo the sphere design and make it an angled tube instead.
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