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Old 12-30-2010, 05:53 AM   #1  
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Question Windshield washer?

Spray from the washer is too low on the windshield. Can I adjust the direction of the washer with a sewing needle or straight pin?
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Use a sewing needle. The straight pin is too flexible and will bend. I've also used a straightened paper clip.
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^ ditto
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Thanks. Tried several items. Paperclip worked best.
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never knew it was possible to adjust! good to know!
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gotta love this forum. had the same issue with my week old 370 and paperclip worked!!!!
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Default Windshield Washer Fluid Adjustment

I have never thought about adjusting this. I am going to take a look at mine today or tomorrow and see what kind of adjustments I can make. Thanks for the tip.
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Well you can buy a lot stuff from market but I think the needle is the best which you can get from your home and then you have to put the needle in the hole and adjust it where you want. If it still not works then you can use a small hammer.

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thanks brooke!
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