2010 toyota wiper fluid sprayers

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Asked by beatupchevy Feb 26, 2022 at 06:08 PM about the 2010 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Why would the wiper fluid jets not spray on a new hood ? We pulled a hose of
the line and got fluid , then it goes to a tee and to the jets , the hood is new from
a collision repair .

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Sometimes a body shop will use used body parts on the repair of an older model. If you have fluid pumping out of the hose at the T connection then something from the T up through the jets is clogged. Probably crystallized washer fluid from sitting in a junkyard. If you have one of those portable air compressors that plugs into the cigarette lighter you can blow out the hoses and jets with the adapter for blowing up a raft, pool toys, etc. I've done that in the past with success. Hope that helps! Jim

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You can also drive back to the shop that did the work to have them correct it.

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I'll assume you bought a used hood with the nozzles in it, and then had the hood painted to match your car. They might have gotten primer or paint in the nozzles. Just get a paint sprayer nozzle cleaner at a cheap place like Harbor Freight, cost is a buck, and clean it out..... Don't you just love these high tech questions?

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Might be dirt in the nozzles or damage from being mishandled at the salvage yard.

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