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jon-v8

Washer Jet Non Return Valves

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Honestly I do not want to remove mat now, little bit to cold for me.

You can find picture in this thread - post #8

http://www.fordownersclub.com/forums/topic/30877-mist-washer-jets/page__hl__%2Bmist+%2Bjets

You will see piece of blue tube connecting valve and jet. I did it shorter, as short as possible and that is it.

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Thanks Peter, mine doesnt look like this, hence mine still leaking. will sort it out soon.

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Hi bud just got these through the post just a quick question what end goes where lol

I see an arrow pointing up

Thanks

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Arrow shows direction of fluid flow. It must point towards washer jet.

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I've ordered both mist jets and the valves - are the valves needed for the mist ones??

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Yes, use the valves for all types of nozzles.

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Yep, you're right - non return valve's needed!

I fitted the mist jets today, they make a huge difference on the coverage, but the dribbles are still there!

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I've fitted the valves, and the passenger side doesn't leak afterwards, but the drivers side does?

Would I need a fit a longer hose or slightly shorter? The ones I have fitted are around 3cm long.

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having dove into back streets and drove on the wrong side of the road to avoid gritters and standing water to keep my car clean i was gutted to see these dreaded marks on my bonnet today!

looked on ebay at mist jets wondering if other makes or universal ones would fit and i came across this

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Peugeot-407-Mist-Washer-Jets-NEW-GENUINE-ITEMS-/330520265064?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item4cf48b0168

..now i know they wont fit, but i was more curious about what could well be 2 none return valves on each one as standard?

or are they something else?

Tom

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