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Leaking headlight washer

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I have problem with a leaking headlight washer on my 2005 C2S. As soon as you fill the windscreen/headlight washer bottle the left hand side headlight washer starts to seep from the nozzle and doesn't stop until the low fluid warning comes on in the car.

both the headlight jets seem to work correctly when I wash the headlights, but the left hand side one will not stop seeping afterwards.

Any ideas of easy fixes or is this a book it into the garage job?



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Sounds like a leaky nozzle - isn't that covered under warranty?

Loren, that is true, however, the guy appears to be in the UK and they do not get a 4 year from new warranty like we do in the US.

The nozzle is in two parts the tip which can be removed (unlikely to be this as its just a spray nozzle) and the lower stalk which comes up on operation part # 997 628 133 00.

To remove this and it does need the bumper removed:

Press both retaining lugs of spray nozzle together and remove it from front apron

Release quick connecting lock of water connection and pull away from the spray nozzle

Insert spray nozzle in front apron until it engages

Push water hose onto spray nozzle until it is felt to engage

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Getting to the washer, you would need to take off the front bumper. That

is reason evough to get the work done under warrenty,


Thanks gents,

As the bumper will need to be removed I will have a go at getting this doen under warrenty but don't hod out much hope with my UK dealer!



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