Date: Wed, 01 Aug 2001 15:13:45 GMT
From: "KeithG" <noonenopsaml.com>
Subject: Re: trivial screenwasher problem


The check valves (under the hood) are sticky. If new, you sometimes have to prod them with a toothpick to ensure that they open with pressure. Good luck "Paul Douglas" <paulnopsam.douglasfamily.au.com> wrote in message news:slrn9mg4ov.f80.paulnopsam.douglasfamily.au.com... > Hi - I have a 96 9000 CSE and I can't get both windscreen washer jets > to function. Clearly the pump works and the hoses are clear because > the the hose first connects to the passenger side (it's a RHD car) nozzle, > then the driver side, and the latter works fine. I had it looked at last > time it was serviced (it's never worked since I owned the car) and when > it came back the passenger side nozzle did work albeit rather slowly and > feebly compared with the other. I've done the usual cleaning the jets, > poking around with a pin, etc, all to no avail. Have I missed something? > > Sorry this is so basic but it's driving me nuts! > > Thanks - Paul

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