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post #1 of 10 Old February 23rd, 2014, 11:57 AM Thread Starter
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Windshield Washer Nozzle Removal?

Hey guys, I can't seem to find how to remove the windshield washer nozzle on my 2013 mustang. It isn't spraying out of the drivers side and I already tried clearing it with a needle. All the fluid is coming out behind the nozzle inside the hood and leaking all over the place so I don't know if the hose came off the nozzle or if it is clogged...
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post #2 of 10 Old February 23rd, 2014, 12:12 PM
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Remove the hood blanket, and you should see the lines running along the back end. You may just find the hose has come off.

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Remove the hood blanket, and you should see the lines running along the back end. You may just find the hose has come off.
You were right, the hose did just come off, but how do I remove the nozzle to reattach the hose?
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Should just clip on. If I remember right, there is a short part of the nozzle that sticks out far enough to clip it in.

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Should just clip on. If I remember right, there is a short part of the nozzle that sticks out far enough to clip it in.
Hmm... there is a little black tab that I tried pushing back but the nozzle would not budge and it would click back in as soon as I let it go. Thanks for the help, I wish you lived out here in Texas haha
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In case anyone else has this problem, all I had to do was slide a credit card between the nozzle and the hood from the windshield towards the front of the car. Then press firmly and it pops right out.
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Also thanks a lot for the help Marc, you really got me out of a trip to the dealership.
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Anytime.

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Smile Epic!!!

I've been searching for 4 days for a solution to removing the nozzle due to the hose popped off. This post saved me some serious PITA!
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SalvadorB your a life saver the trick with the card worked perfect it pushes the clip back to release the nozzle and then just falls down and out! Thanks a lot I can see where I am going now.

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In case anyone else has this problem, all I had to do was slide a credit card between the nozzle and the hood from the windshield towards the front of the car. Then press firmly and it pops right out.
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Also thanks a lot for the help Marc, you really got me out of a trip to the dealership.
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can't re-install nozzle, 2014 mustang. seems to be obstruction to clips.
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