Windscreen Washers Not Spraying

I have a 2007 Ford Territory. When hose is disconnected from sprayer, water flows. Does any one know how to clear blockage in the jets?

By Dave


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January 3, 20160 found this helpful

With everyone that has clogged washer nozzles, don't get carried away with a pointed and sharp instrument. You can do more damage than good

A better choice for cleaning the nozzles while still installed is a tip cleaner for an oxy-actelyne torch. There will be a multitude of small rods that can be used. Start with one that is smaller diameter than the nozzle and gradually move up in size to just below the actual inside nozzle diameter. This will prevent the nozzle from being damaged and the spray pattern will not be affected
Just take your time and work slowly. Needles and pins are likely to break off in the nozzle and almost render it useless. You can purchase the tip cleaners almost anywhere automotive and welding supplies are sold.


Good luck and Happy Motoring.

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