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front screen washer jet adjustment??

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    Can anyone tell me how to adjust the washer jets for the windscreen. I know it's a case of fine adjustment with a pin but how on earth do you get to them!! I did a search but didn't come up with anything
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    Hang from a door frame with about 100KG's of weight strapped to your body and stretch them arms.
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    Lol I knew there had to be an easy way
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    They are a piece of cake to click out of the bonnet and then you can see the jets clearley.

    Just push them downwards slightly towards the Windscreen and pull the top out and pull away from the bonnet. ( done with bonnet up and from under the bonnet over engine)

    Dont pull them to far out as they have washer pipe and heating wires attached, but there is enough slack wire to turn them and see h jets.
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    I think he's having problems actually reaching the jets.
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    Which is why I just explained how to remove them for easier access. They are hard to reach still fitted to the bonnet.
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    cheers for the reply I'll have a go at removing them I guess the only issue then is getting the jet in the right place and going back and forth fitting and popping them in and out. At the mo they are just a bit to low although with all the rain might not be worth it
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