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My jets/nozzles are down to a 3 to 6 inch spurt (no jokes pls). Have stuck needles into them but no radical improvement and am hampered by the right angle bend. Taking the supply tube off one nozzle gets me a 12 inch full spurt. Is this gradual failure of the washer motor ? or jets? There seem to be only OEM jets on the market for 20 odd dollars each and cheapies don't fit. Or do I spend a 100 bucks and replace all ? Thanks Paulha
 

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They can be removed but it is easy to break the hose barbs off, don't ask me how I know, LOL. They are expensive! Check your lines and make sure you don't have one kinked or pinched. When you disconnect the hoses, run the washer to flush the lines. Check the reservoir and make sure you don't have trash in there.
 

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Thanks everyone. The vinegar soak didn't work but I drilled out the nozzles and now get a better spurt but no spray action. Paulha
 
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