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FS: windshield washer resevoir, cap, pump and nozzles

I have a complete working setup for anyone interested: Windshield washer resevoir (no leaks), resvoir cap (not broken), pump, tubing, and both nozzles from an early 944. To buy them new is outrageous! $100 shipped / obo.

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-Nick
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Old 12-16-2008, 09:39 AM
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How did you pull the washer bottle? Trying to do that right now, not sure if it should come out the top or out the bottom!

Bump for you, please PM me!
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phoenix, there's like 3 bolts on top and 1 or 2 below. u might have to move the headlight motor to get the headlight bucket out of the way. just keep jiggling until it's out. iirc, it comes out the bottom.
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Yup, the bottom bolts are a pita as they are usually rotted into place. Once they are out, the tank drops out through the bottom.
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How did you get the nozzles out? It seems like they are just magically stuck there!
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