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Rear washer connector

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by 86fran, Feb 28, 2013.

  1. 86fran
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    [Feb 28, 2013]
    I've been tracking down the cause of my rear washer not working and found a split corrugated plastic pipe under the scuttle panel (in with the wiring loom - genius idea Audi!).

    I was trying to find the part number for the male/female push connectors used elsewhere in the washer system but my local Audi guy kept trying to say I needed a different part (113955975c) which is a check valve.

    Does anybody know the part numbers of the bits I need as my search hasn't come up with anything.

    I also need the part number for the washer push connector that goes directly onto the rear washer motor as it is cracked too.

    Thanks
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    the connector onto my rear washer motor split aswell and i couldnt find a part number so i just replaced the section of hose with a 3m section of 4mm silicone hose i had lying around
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    I see.

    Did you replace the bit from the rear washer up to the connector in the boot or the whole lot front to back?
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    Thanks for that Mk1 Chopper. I'll get registered on there and see which parts come up.

    The part I need isn't in that repair kit.
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    I've ended up just buying a 3mm male-male hose connector to fix the front piece.

    It's not very clear on the vagcat site which item is needed so I will have to pop in past Audi and get them to check.

    Thanks
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    Thanks for that. I was going to try something similar on the rear. I has a 4mm 90degree connector lying about which i tried to use on the front, but couldn't get it in the corrugated plastic tubing, so thought I'd try the 3mm ones.
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