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Rear wiper jet just the plastic bit

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by MingeBlue, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. MingeBlue

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    Hi,

    Anyone know where I can get a replacement rear washer jet the black bit. It must only be cheap seen them on ebay though for 9.50 seems steep,I can't get to stealers were I read they are a quid or two.

    ta
     
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  3. @udi A3

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    Do you have a pic of what your after? If its the pipe or connection to the nipple on the back of the moter theres a simple fix.
    Superglue some silocen tubing over the washer pipe, and cable tie it to the nipple on back of motor. No more leaks.

    I have a complete moter for £20 + pnp if you need it though :D
     
  4. MingeBlue

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    Cheers, no not that bit, its the actual black plastic nozzle about inch long quite thin with metal bit at top, its the bit the water sprays from.

    ta
     
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  5. vfr800

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    hmmmmm I bought a wiper rebuild kit a while back to repair my broken wiper and it has a replacement one of those in. The old one was fine and I hate throwing serviceable things like that away. I will have a look through my "bag-o-bits" and see if I still have the old one. It sounds like the sort of thing I'd hang on to.

    If I don't come back to you in a few days I have forgotten ... ping me.

    Liam
     
  6. MingeBlue

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    Ta thanks for offer, in the end I got it working will see how long it lasts. I put it in bowl of descaler after 30mins not much better so left it 4hrs and seems to have cleared it,. Havent had it working for 3 years lol :)
     
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    Jolly good. I had a look and couldn't find it any way. Glad it's working now.

    Liam
     

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