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Re: Replacing a Washer Nozzle ?

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My Nozzels broke the other day. Bottom fasteners basically deteriorated. pretty sure my toothbrush has higher grade plastic. But any ways, looks at getting the jeep replacement but they had to order it. Decided I would go to Auto zone and see if they had them. They had a pair OEM nozzels for 10 bucks. Figured it was worth a try. after installing them im not gonna lie. I think they are a better product than the Jeep parts. Very easy to install, no drilling or modifications are needed. They spray pattern is able to be customized by moving the nozzle with a little tool that is supplied. below is the part I bought.

Pilot Automotive/Windshield nozzle (AM-008) | Washer Nozzles | AutoZone.com
Thanks for posting this, been trying to find them, both mine are broke, and its like $16 each for new ones, at least anywhere i looked, thats crazy but thanks
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Old 03-29-2013, 10:58 AM
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Re: Replacing a Washer Nozzle ?

I've had mine break too and so have others on a different forum. I think my problem was the tube leading up to the front washers, not the nozzles.
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Re: Replacing a Washer Nozzle ?

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I've had mine break too and so have others on a different forum. I think my problem was the tube leading up to the front washers, not the nozzles.
Replaced both of mine today, they were broke off right where the stem comes out of the nozzle
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Re: Replacing a Washer Nozzle ?

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The stealership wants me to pay them 150.00 to replace the washer nozzle, a 13.00 part! I know its pretty easy, but how do I remove the insolation under the hood?
Wow, my dealer in Woodbridge, VA charge $58.00 for replace washer nozzle for 2007 Grand Cherokee Overland. Seem your dealer is a professional rip off artist.
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You shouldn't have to remove the insulation. The snap in from the top
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Re: Replacing a Washer Nozzle ?

I have a 2011 Grand Cherokee with 107,000 Km. Windshield washer nozzle plastic crumbled and suspect heat from engine the cause. Part cost $30.00 CAD so installed myself. 10 minute max job. Just be sure pieces of broken nozzle are completely removed from hose by squeezing with pliers, otherwise new nozzle will clog. To easy, read in forum that this minor repair costs $150 at dealer.
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