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Old 05-31-2016, 03:37 PM   #1
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Windshield wiper problem

I have a 1996 Country Coach. The windshield connection near the wiper blade broke. It connects to the hose on the wiper to the sprayer head on the end of the wiper. The connection goes into the fiberglass under the dash. I tried to unscrew it form the outside, but the fluid hose twist it back. How do you fix these things?
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Pretty hard to understand your question the way it is worded.
Maybe hit the preview button before posting your question?
That is what I have to do.
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Old 06-01-2016, 09:24 AM   #3
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Windshield washer hose connection problem

1996 Country Coach, I'll try again. There is a small black plastic Windshield Washer Hose Bulkhead Fitting on the front of the RV near the windshield wiper arm. It has a small tip that the windshield washer hose connects on the outside of the coach. That tip broke. {picture} How do you replace it? The part looks something like this one.
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Old 06-01-2016, 07:06 PM   #4
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xray26,
On my 98 there is a 2 door cabinet on the bulkhead in front of the passenger seat held in with 4 screws. Pull the cabinet and the washer bulkhead fitting is adjacent the wiper motor. Driver side is accessed above the brake pedal....on that side mine only has carpeting part of the way up, then open behind the dash. once there, you may have to push aside some insulation to reveal the hose and nut on the fitting. Have someone hold the outside while you loosen the nut. Yours may be diferent and as stated is a 96. Mine is the no frills Allure so much of these kind issues are fairly easy to get to without removing panels, etc. Hope this helps and Good Luck!!
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On my 98 there is a 2 door cabinet on the bulkhead in front of the passenger seat held in with 4 screws. Pull the cabinet and the washer bulkhead fitting is adjacent the wiper motor. Driver side is accessed above the brake pedal....on that side mine only has carpeting part of the way up, then open behind the dash. once there, you may have to push aside some insulation to reveal the hose and nut on the fitting. Have someone hold the outside while you loosen the nut. Yours may be diferent and as stated is a 96. Mine is the no frills Allure so much of these kind issues are fairly easy to get to without removing panels, etc. Hope this helps and Good Luck!!
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This worked very well. I had to get an extension for the washer hose on the inside. The washer unit I picked up at the auto supply store was longer on the inside of the bulkhead and the original tube would not reach it. I added a plastic connector also from the auto supply. and then an extra foot of hose. It's a tight space, the nozzle outside is easy to break and you diffidently need a person outside while you tighten the nut inside. Works fine now, Thanks for the help.
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