How to replace windshield washer nozzle 2008 Soon XB?

Asked by Jun 15, 2017 at 10:28 AM about the Scion xB

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Unless the nozzle is damaged, just take some compressed air and blow out from the line running to the nozzle. Usually there just plugged up. The trim piece would have to come off to access the line, unless you went from the washer pump to blow out, but once the trim piece is off blow the windshield you can see how the nozzle is attached. Start with slight air pressure so you do not blow the lines off.

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