Pressure from the front washers is very weak, which would denote a leak somewhere, especially as there's a steady dribble coming from underneath somewhere, when the jets have been on. I assumed that it would be the connector to the jets under the scuttle panel, as only one of the passenger side jets is working.
Well, what a tw*t the scuttle panel is to get off, and once off - guess what? It's all OK in that area. There are no leaks that I can see from the washer bottle in the engine bay, so I assume there's a split in the pipe somewhere, but I cant see where it is routed through the rear of the bulkhead - any idea anyone?
145 Cloverleaf, W plate, by the way and any help would be much appreciated.
probably easier to get some new pipe from B&Q (only about 50p a metre) and route through a new one. There is also a non return valve in there somewhere that may be contributing to the weak flow, prevents the water draining back into the tank so water is always there ready to squirt.
Ah yes......loads of leaves. I often wondered how thet got in there as the foam block is quite a tight fit. When all the leaves are out, I wash it out, clean the drains and dry - then spray with WD40 to stop corrosion as my old 1.8 corroded quite badly in that area.