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Dos and Don'ts of Buying a Washer Nozzle

What will happen if you can no longer see through the windshield because the washer nozzles won't spray washer fluid to clean it? Well, aside from impaired vision, you may hit something or worse-get into an accident. Situations such as these can be prevented if damaged washer nozzles will be replaced immediately. However, looking for the perfect replacement nozzles can be troublesome. To avoid the hassles of nozzle selection, we compiled a list of dos and dont's that you should remember when buying washer nozzles.

Do take note of your car's model

One important thing to remember before buying a washer nozzle is that nozzles don't follow the one size fits all principle. For instance, the washer nozzles used on a Chevrolet Cruze won't fit a Volkswagen Beetle. So you won't end up buying the wrong nozzles, you have to take note of your car's make and model. It will also be good if you know your vehicle's model year because the washer nozzles of a later car model may not suit an older model.

Don't buy impulsively

Nowadays, a replacement washer nozzle costs around 20 USD to 50 USD. Though washer nozzles are cheap, you should still weigh your options before buying them. Old nozzle models can be more expensive than new ones because of limited stocks, so you should scour both local car parts stores and online stores for various offers first before deciding which nozzles you're going to buy.

Do consider manufacturer's warranty

If you will buy a replacement car part, you'll probably be offered with warranty plans that will last for a year, three years, or a lifetime. Though oftentimes overlooked, warranty is very important in business transactions because it guarantees that the product you are buying is free from workmanship and material defects. So, before purchasing a washer nozzle, you should inquire about the store and manufacturer's warranty options first. By doing this, you'll not only be assured of a high-quality product-you'll save money in the long run as well.

Don't buy from a brand you haven't heard of

After some time, your car's washer nozzle will get damaged because of debris and other harmful car products. Sure, replacing washer nozzles is very easy and can be done at home. However, choosing the perfect brand of replacement nozzles for your car is tricky. If you'll browse a washer nozzle catalog, you'll see numerous brands such as VDO, SWF, and Dorman. So it'll be easier for you to choose one among these brands, you should read product reviews first for information on the materials they use and prices. If you're still unsure about which brand you want to buy, you can just settle for an OES genuine nozzle for factory-like performance.

Washer Nozzles: Install New Ones in Six Steps

Don't you just hate it when birds do their "business" on your car's windshields while you're driving? Luckily, this problem can be solved by activating the windshield washer system. However, due to daily use, the washer system's nozzles eventually break, so washer fluid doesn't come out. If your car's washer nozzles are damaged, you have to replace them immediately. This DIY guide will teach you quick and easy steps on how you can install new washer nozzles.

Difficulty: Easy

What You'll Need:

  • New washer nozzles
  • Screwdriver

Step 1. Park on level ground. Then, find the washer nozzles on the windshield. Depending on your car's make and model, the nozzles can be attached to the windshield wiper arms or screwed to your car's hood.

Step 2. Remove the nozzles. There are two ways to remove them depending on the type of nozzle that your car has:

  • If the nozzles are attached to the wiper arms, you have to unclip them first before you can remove them. Usually, the retaining clips that hold these kinds of nozzles can be removed by hand.
  • If the washer nozzles are screwed on the hood, open the hood first. Then, find the hoses and nozzles under the hood. They are normally located on the part of the hood that is closest to the windshield. Once you found them, remove the screws holding them in place with a screwdriver.

Step 3. Disconnect the nozzles from the hoses. You can do this by holding the first nozzle with one hand and twisting the rubber hose with the other.

Step 4. Once both nozzles are removed, attach the new nozzles to the hose. Make sure that they are connected properly.

Step 5. Put the nozzles back in place depending on the type of nozzles you have. If they are clip-on, just clip them back to the wiper arms. If they are screw-on, just screw them back under the hood.

Step 6. Test the new nozzles by activating the windshield washer system. If it's not working, repeat all the steps, and make sure that the nozzles are connected properly.

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