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S3 8L screen wash bottle removal

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Shaun-84, Feb 24, 2013.

  1. Shaun-84

    Shaun-84 Member
    Team Daytona Silver Supporter quattro Audi A5 Black Edition TDi

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    Hey guys n girls,

    New to this forum, have just bought an S3 an the rear washer has no water coming out of it. However it is leaving a puddle at the front I have managed to locate wear it is but I can not seem to get the water bottle out, So I can get behind it which is wear I believe a hose has either split or become disconnected. Any ideas peeps how to remove the washer bottle? I have removed both the nuts that I can see hold it in but still will not come out.....


    Thanks in advance
     
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  3. epox

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    its a pain! done mine, took the bumper off, light out, slackened the bits behind tthe washer bottle and really had to wiggle it about to get it out :
    there is also a bolt/stud behind the light that u have to get to and lift the bottle over.
    best bit about this was my headlight washers were not working! so done all the above and it was a fuse!! individual one for the
    them lol.
    may be some one has a better way?

    cheers mark
     
  4. vfr800

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    Hi

    +1 I'd take the bumper off and have a look.

    Liam
     
  5. Shaun-84

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    Thanks guys, looks like ill be taking the bumper off then. Alot of hassle for a washer pipe lol. Only just bought the car so wasnt sure if there was an easy alternative...
     

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