Date: Mon, 13 Dec 1999 17:18:16 -0800
From: "Ken Ferguson" <Ken_Fergusonnopsamosoft's.web-based.e-mail.com>
Subject: Re: flaky washer jet


My driver side washer died in my 96 900SE, and it was fixed under warranty. The t-valve (or t-something) was bad. I think it was something in the tubing, either it came loose or broke. If it's a 97 it should be under warranty unless you have too many miles on it. Check under the hood and look at the tubing from the wash system. Something might be wrong downstream of the driver/passenger split. <markusebnopsameja.com> wrote in message news:833p39$qq9$1nopsam1.deja.com... > Has anyone run into a problem with the washer jets on a 97 900 SE? > > I've just become and owner of a '97 900 SE and the driver side jet > is flaky. The dealership and the manual say that these get clogged > from time to time and to use a pin to clear out the nozzles. > > I've tried that and it seems to be effective for about as long as > the car is running, once its turned off and started again the driver > side fails. Do I need to get this replaced or can I tweak something > myself? > > Otherwise, the car is great. The first car I've had with real leg > room! Yay! > > Thanks in advance, > > Mark > > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > Before you buy.

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