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RetroCoder

Rear windscreen washer problem

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I have Mondeo (not the current model but the one before). I think the tube connecting to the rear window washer has become disconnected. I was using it the other day when the water stopped coming out of it (and spraying the glass) but I then noticed water appearing by the offside rear seat belt. I’m assuming the pipe has come off and is pumping water through the bodywork of the car. My question is, how easy is it to remove the external water squirter to see if the pipe is connected ? I don’t want to ram a screw driver under it if it isn’t easy to remove. :(

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on the mk3 next to the rear passenger headrest there is a bit of trim that the seatbelt goes through. Behind the trim there is a push fit connector it sounds like one end has become disconnected.

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yh this is a comon fault this happend on ma dads and you hear of it alot

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on the mk3 next to the rear passenger headrest there is a bit of trim that the seatbelt goes through. Behind the trim there is a push fit connector it sounds like one end has become disconnected.

I undid the trim and it was the push connector that had come apart. It's now back together with some added tape. Thanks for you help, this saved me a lot of time :)

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