Rear Window Sprayer

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Budrbean
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Rear Window Sprayer

Postby Budrbean » Mon Sep 27, 2010 5:28 am

Apparently while washing all the trans fluid off the rear of my truck yesterday after my trans line mishap, I somehow knocked the rear window sprayer out of the hatch. Anyone know how this is held on? Will I need to buy a new one?


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HillbillyJake
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Postby HillbillyJake » Mon Sep 27, 2010 6:03 am

It just pops in there

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Budrbean
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Postby Budrbean » Mon Sep 27, 2010 9:04 am

Hey that worked! Thanks!

Its a little loose, guess the clips are messed up. Ill get around to replacing it one day

reinaldo
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Window Sprayer

Postby reinaldo » Thu Oct 21, 2010 10:19 pm

Hey that's pretty a pretty good solution. I was not able to resolve that kind of issue before that is why I was forced to buy a new Truck Window.

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ShipFixer
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Postby ShipFixer » Fri Oct 22, 2010 6:27 am

Mine was broken when I received the truck. It's a $20-ish part and easy to replace. Pull the old one out and off the plastic tube for washer fluid, push the new one into the tube, push the nozzle back into the top of the rear hatch.

I thought about just not replacing it for a while, but if the nozzle is broken out of the door or cracked then that's a path for water into the inside of the door...

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Postby Elite130 » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:28 am

ShipFixer wrote:Mine was broken when I received the truck. It's a $20-ish part and easy to replace. Pull the old one out and off the plastic tube for washer fluid, push the new one into the tube, push the nozzle back into the top of the rear hatch.

I thought about just not replacing it for a while, but if the nozzle is broken out of the door or cracked then that's a path for water into the inside of the door...
$20? Damn, I think I paid $45 at our local stealership.


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