Thought this might be of use to a few people.
My rear washer stopped working and all the fluid was pi$$ing out from within the engine bay so I had a look-see to try and sort it out....here's what it takes to fix it...
This is the trunking that the pipe is inside..
To get inside this trunking you have to remove the airbox, take out the screws that hold the top on the airbox, pull the wiring plugs, take off the jubilee clip thats on the MAF and then unbolt the airbox itself and lift it out..
Next up is opening up the trunking, easy done but you have to lift the seal from the top of the engine bay and prise the trunking open, it should pop off easy enough.
Once this is off you should be able to see the pipe, this is what mine looked like. As you can see the joint has come apart.
Had a quick check to make sure there was no crud in the joint and then pushed it back together to how it should be..
Checked it was working at this point and whacked some tape on the joint to hold it, all good as its back to normal now. Now its just put everything back as you take it off (excuse the state of the airfilter, its now had a service!!)
Check everythings done up/connected properly and job done!. Took 20 minutes I reckon.
This had been bugging me for ages, I thought the pipe would be buried somewhere really awkward
Fingers crossed this will be of use to someone that has the same problem.