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Windshield washer adjustment or fix?


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Both of my windshield washer nozzles are spraying the underside of the hood. I'm still getting enough on the windshield to get it clean but was wondering if there's a fix for this. The nozzles don't appear to be adjustable. I don't want to replace them and end up with the same problem. Any ideas? My car is an 03 C4S.

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Thanks guys. I'll try the pin first... if it doesn't work I'll cross my fingers on the replacement option.

Make sure you have the "A" style in Loren's post above, or you will snap off the nozzle trying to adjust it if it is the "B" style.

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No luck on cleaning them. I removed them and gave them a thorough cleaning and after re-installing they are still spraying the underside of the hood (frunk) - although with a bit more volume now.

So I'm onto the replacement route. I called my local porsche dealer and they said they had the passenger side in stock but would have to order the driver side. Are they different? In looking for part numbers I can only find what Loren provided above (Thanks Loren). They actually look slightly different (just the actual hole where the fluid comes out). They also quoted me $70 each. So am I looking for two different parts or two of the same?

Thanks.

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No luck on cleaning them. I removed them and gave them a thorough cleaning and after re-installing they are still spraying the underside of the hood (frunk) - although with a bit more volume now.So I'm onto the replacement route. I called my local porsche dealer and they said they had the passenger side in stock but would have to order the driver side. Are they different? In looking for part numbers I can only find what Loren provided above (Thanks Loren). They actually look slightly different (just the actual hole where the fluid comes out). They also quoted me $70 each. So am I looking for two different parts or two of the same?Thanks.

Couple currently on flea bay for $25 (http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-GENUINE-PORSCHE-911-997-CARRERA-TURBO-WINDSHIELD-WASHER-SPRAY-NOZZLE-/370612860856)
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