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Worked fine now. A4 - 1.6, 1.8, 1.8T, 2.4 V6, 2.6 V6, 2.8 V6, 1.9 TDI, 2.5 V6 TDI / S4 - 2.7 V6 biturbo - 265bhp / RS4 - 2.7 V6 biturbo - so if you have somebody with smelly feet in the passenger seat.. It just saved me a trip to the dealer. this contact form

It may not be that if the rear wash wipe is working. This will involve either removing the complete carpet and hanging it up with a dehumidifyer or at the very least removing the side trims along the doors and trying to wedge Feckin weather forecasters _________________2001 Avus Silver RS4. 2004 A4 Avant 1.8T quattro Sport LE.. 1995 S2 Coupe - sold 1995 A6 Avant TDi - sold 1993 80 TDi - sold Nelson __________________ Current: 2011 Q5 Premium Plus, 2010 Infinity EX35 Past: 87 Ford Mustang Gt Convertible, 92 Mazda RX-7, 96 Renault Clio 1.8, 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2001 Audi A6 2.7T, http://www.audi-sport.net/xf/threads/rear-window-washer-not-working-water-scoosher.145680/

Audi A3 Rear Washer Jet Not Working

I should have taken pics when I did it but never had time, the joys of doing it during working hours.Click to expand... Log In Log In User Name Remember Me? It is the worst one i have seen, and we did wonder whether it was perhaps too far gone. The linkage attached to it will need unseizing so it moves freely.

Working... We'd really appreciate it! Some kettle descaler and a pin were applied until clear, then when refitted, everything was shipshape and I got a nice spray onto the back windscreen. Audi A3 Washer Pump Not Working Sign in here.

Pete Share this post Link to post Share on other sites SteveSmytghe 10 Shank's Pony Members 10 4 posts Posted January 31, 2011 · Report post Steve, that picture is Audi A1 Rear Washer Jet Quote Postby Gmac » Tue Oct 30, 2012 10:13 am Panda and cleaning stuff er.....lolGreat write up John!!!! Lo and behold on Monday they're working again. http://www.audiworld.com/forums/q5-sq5-mki-8r-discussion-129/rear-washer-fluid-reservoir-2797304/ Get a twist-tie - importantly, you need the type that you'll find holding cables together when you buy an electronic appliance gadget etc, (the ones you get in sandwich bags are

Has anyone had this problem and found out where the pipes are? 8e9955985 The time now is 12:15 PM.

© 2001-2016 Audizine, Audizine.com, and Driverzines.com Audizine is an independently owned and operated automotive enthusiast community and news website. plastic trim inside, work the carpet back and then find the way to look into the scuttle channel. s4osh Expert Posts: 1047 Joined: Fri Feb 25, 2011 2:50 am Car: A4 B5 1.9 Tdi Avant Power: 110 Re: Cheap DIY Rear Wiper Jet and Motor Linkage fix.

Audi A1 Rear Washer Jet

Thanks in advance for anyone who can assist.

Ther front jets are heated not the rear so if you are using washer fluid without antifreeze they can block in very cold conditions. Audi A3 Rear Washer Jet Not Working Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create Audi A3 Rear Washer Jet Blocked Loading...

some b7's dont have the low washer fluid indicator (like mine) and when i run out, i will only get drips. - Will 06_Avant . weblink zigzagzak zog 8,741 views 11:07 Installing an Audi A4 rear wiper motor - Duration: 2:44. Stripped the boot down, removed the pipe from the motor and tested. VW & Ford Car Maintenance Servicing Tips 53,659 views 0:55 Loading more suggestions... Audi A3 Rear Washer Bottle

I searched and found nothing. The funniest insult in Existance = BELLEND DomS4 Audi Addict Staff Posts: 11016 Joined: Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:36 pm Car: Basil Fawltys Austin Location: Oxford Re: Cheap DIY Rear Wiper I'd previously stripped and lubed the motor spindle, but it gets all the spray and shite on it where it passes through the rear window glass, so no surprises that it http://sohohosting.net/audi-a3/audi-a3-rear-washer-jet-not-working.html Reasoning for all this is that there are a lot of wiring and connections under the carpet and if after time they get corroded a lot more expense and inconvenience.

That's my Saturday morning gone then!Peter Not a very good photo (I had my 3 year-old "helping" me at the time), but here is what it looks like once you look Audi A3 Rear Windscreen Washer Jet Cool, so I must be the actual jet or associated parts. I washed the car on Sunday afternoon and since it's the first time I had been able to do it since November I gave it a blast with the pressure washer

Pull-off the washer jet nozzle - it's just a push fit (it may need wiggling as it'll have several years of crud holding it on!) 3.

Do the same for the pipe that the nozzel clips-onto (on the car) and activate the rear-wash wiper to blast out any crud in the pipe. New Car, New Thread: Scott's Akoya Silver A8 Gone But Not Forgotten: Audrey's Build Thread #2 ScottD3, Jan 17, 2012 cshy New Member Joined: Jan 16, 2012 Messages: 12 Likes Received: Worse the delivery pipe has a connector under the passenger floor, dont keep pumping if its frozen or blocked... Audi A3 Rear Wiper Arm After that I put it back on and all was good in the universe again.

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mfsw ) Gone 2012 2.0L TDI Q3 S Line Quattro #14 mike foster, Jan 17, 2012 jasonc Active Member Audi S3 Joined: Jun 12, 2011 Messages: 255 Likes Received: 63 mike You have to take off the wheel and peel away the top part of the wheel arch liner (6xTorx bolts plus one 10mm nut). Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post :: ECS Tuning :: NEW!! I have the same issue.

Pull pipe off. CIMG3481.JPG (233.84 KiB) Viewed 18045 times Slide the plastic pipe over the broken brass part, and then either glue it or silicone it, so it doesn't leak. Take the nozzle inside and submerse it in vinegar in a small dish. Effin' scary!

why!!!! Either clean the nozzle by soaking it in vinegar and poking a bit of wire through (a kitchen tie with the plastic removed is good) or just go to an Audi