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Unread 10-24-2009, 01:14 PM   #1
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How to Remove the Washer Nozzles on a Patriot

Does anyone know how to remove the washer nozzles on the hood? there are pins on the nizzle it self do they push in or pull out i dont want to break anything so i wanna ask first any help is greatly appriciated

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Unread 10-24-2009, 02:47 PM   #2
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Hi and

Hopefully it's the same as '07.

Fig 1

1. From the underside of the hood, disengage the rear edge of the silencer pad from the tabs that secure it to the inner hood reinforcement (1) as necessary to access the front washer nozzle hose connections (2).
2. Disconnect the hose connection from the barbed nipple of the front washer nozzle.

Fig 2

3. From the underside of the hood, release the integral latches of the front washer nozzle (2) and push the nozzle out through the mounting hole toward the top side of the hood (1).
4. Remove the nozzle from the top of the hood panel.
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