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Old 06-05-2020, 12:58 PM   #1
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Windshield Washers E450

This may same like a small annoyance to some of you but it drives me nuts. I've got a 2007 E450 chassis under my 2008 Fleetwood.

The issue I'm having is the windshield washers. The spray nozzle on the drivers side shoots over the windshield on to the coach overhang. The passenger side spray nozzle just flows out onto the trim between the hood and windshield. There are no system leaks on the tank or tubing.

I was wondering if any of you have ever torn into this problem? How much of a PITA is it?

Thanks in advance.
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If you can find a stiff wire that fits the TINY hole, you can often move/aim the nozzles, but from memory, most are SMALLER THAN the common smaller paper-clip wire? Maybe something off a wire brush? May take some searching?
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I have used a sewing needle to move the nozzle. Just don't push it in too hard so as the hole gets distorted.
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If you can find a stiff wire that fits the TINY hole, you can often move/aim the nozzles, but from memory, most are SMALLER THAN the common smaller paper-clip wire? Maybe something off a wire brush? May take some searching?
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