Windshield washer jets are essential for the safety of your car. Windshield washer jets spray water on the windshield to clean it. Over time, these washer nozzles will need to be adjusted if they don’t spray at all or begin to spray washer fluid onto the wrong place. In other cases, the washer nozzles may fail or stop working. The correct spraying pattern for your car can be restored by adjusting the washer jets.
When do you Need to Adjust the Windshield Washer Jets?
- When the jets are spraying liquid onto places that aren’t even close to your windshield
- The jets’ nozzles are pointing in the other way.
- The washer jets are loose. If you can move the jets out of their positions with ease
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What We Suggest
The nozzles on your jets may need to be changed if they appear to be not spraying at all or spraying in the wrong direction. This could, however, be the result of failing washer tubes or a faulty windshield washer reservoir that has to be replaced. If your windshield washer jets aren’t cleaning your glass correctly, have one of our top-rated specialists look over the complete cleaning system. This way, the source of the problem may be immediately recognized and repaired. Replacing your washer tubes, jets, and other associated parts is relatively less expensive for most vehicles.
The only portion of your windshield washing equipment entirely exposed to the outdoors is the jets. They are quickly clogged by dirt, ice, wax, leaves, and other substances. Plastic is commonly used to manufacture jets. The jets have nozzles that will spray the washer fluid onto your windshield. It doesn’t take much to move these nozzles from their appropriate place. The washer jets might become misaligned for older vehicles due to the wear out of glue and other adhesives that maintain the washer jets in their original place.
If you find a problem with the windshield washer jet, our professionals can inspect the windshield washer system and identify the problem. If at any time you are not comfortable accomplishing this repair yourself, have a certified mechanic at Swezo adjust windshield washer jets for you.