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MrRedman

Rear Washer Supply Pipe Solution

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Hi Gang the pipe that connects the rear jet to the pipe in the roof lining has split/snapped is there a quick fix to this with a certain obtainable pipe or will i have to go to the breakers or Ford?

The wires which supply the motor are chaffing as well,Id seen this issue on another thread so will be doing both jobs at the same time,ill insulate or replace any wire which is on the verge of snapping or is there a kit for this to.

Car is Focus 2002 cheers Paul

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Aquarium pipe and push connectors should suffice i think.

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thanks will i get the push connectors from the Fish/Pet shop?

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either that or halford sell connectors aswell

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thanks Dan

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The actual pipe costs not a lot from ford.

This happened to mine and was very easy to replace. It's also been superseded by a rubber pipe rather than the older plastic one.

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they tend to blow off when there frozen p--s water everywere

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Mine rained on a friend in the back seat... Lol

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soaked a moblity scooter in mine est

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i used silicon hose off ebay...3mm inlet hole

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thanks ill sort it soon as it gets a little warmer :)

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