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Re: How To: Windshield Washer Relocation Install

TruFiber Universal Wiper Squiter Relocation Kit

Not to do a zombie revival, but for those that follow, the original supplier to speedlogic went belly up so speedlogic got a new vendor and updated their link.

My factory nozzles have buggered out so while I was doing cost comparison research
I came across this old thread and thought it needed updating. Replacement nozzels 35 bucks for the set, nozzel relocation kit 65.
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Re: How To: Windshield Washer Relocation Install

Finally installed the arm today on my WK. When you order the kit from the vendor I linked, they ship it direct from the manufacturer, so don't expect it to arrive quick. Took about 2 weeks to get here.

I installed mine the way JeepCoop was going to go back and install his, via a small pilot hole near the base of the wiper arm. Just make sure the hole is large enough so the tubing can freely move in and out without rubbing.

Interesting note, the tubing is small enough to fit inside the spring on the wiper arm so I did that to help anchor it down. Other than that the install process is straight forward. The newer kits have wider adhesive clips so some trimming is required to sticky them to the wiper arm.
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