I have just noticed that the inside washer spray thingys don't have a nozzle in. On my car the outside jet for the dipped beam lights squirts at high pressure and the inside one for the main beam lights just gushes, bit like a garden hose with no nozzle on!
Should I have similar narrow nozzles in the inside holes of the squirters or should I not!
Seems the main beam wash thing is about as much use as a toffee fire-guard!
If I do need them, anybody got any they don't want?
Do what I did.. get rid of them! They're crap!!!
I took mine off and had the black bumper strips smoothed off and colour-coded.. a lot nicer
You'll also find that your soap will last longer too.. BONUS!!!
I reckon the answer to your question is not. My squirters are the same, with the inside nozzles not having the narrow nozzle end. Its a bit of a coincidence unless the inside ones come out under pressure and its a design fault, or the squirrels are out, knicking them wink
Fair enough. They can stay as is though! Must say that the idea of turning them off all together is a tempting on. They are no use at all, they don't actually clean the lenses, and the water leaves two dirty streaks up the bonnet after use!
I quess they also contribute to me having to re-fill the squisher juice tank frequently, have been re-filling once a week in this muggy weather of late!
my off side headlight washer jet is also missing one of the nozzles, and annoys me greatly, as it ouzes water, even when you dont use the washers I wouldn't mind disconnecting them either. Its a pain, especially when I've just back to blacked the rubbing strip to then have a trickle of water on it.
It is very easy to disconnect the hardware. If you want to leave everything as is so as to avoid hassle.. just look under the front of your coolant header tank, you will see that there are two different pumps sitting in the washer bottle. You must disconnect the pump on the right by simply unplugging the electrical connection on the top.