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Headlight Washers


rmoudry

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Culled from this earlier discussion:

http://www.renntech.org/forums/topic/8152-headlight-washer-plate-blew-off-in-high-wind-high-speed/?hl=headlight%20washer

 

 

1) Switch on your headlights
2) Get someone inside the car to activate the headlight washer (the pop-up headlight washer won't work unless you have the headlights on)
3) The little spray head under the (missing) chrome cover will pop up out of the hole in the headlight and washer fluid will start to spray onto the headlight
4) Grab the spray head and hold it (it has quite powerful spring loading that wants to pull it back into the headlight)
5) There is a little square plastic tab with a square hole in it on the base of the spray head that has to be flexed back slightly to get the spray head to disengage from some plastic teeth on the nozzle (look at the replacement chrome cover and spray head and you will see this tab). Once you have lifted this tab up slightly the spray head will slide right off the nozzle.

 

Good Luck!

 

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