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Old 03-28-2013, 09:41 PM   #1
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I don't know if this was said before, but does your washer nossel miss the window completely now like mine does? Does anyone have maybe a trick that made it work right again? It doesn't really matter that much but if its a quick fix might as well for the hell of it.


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I don't know if this was said before, but does your washer nossel miss the window completely now like mine does? Does anyone have maybe a trick that made it work right again? It doesn't really matter that much but if its a quick fix might as well for the hell of it.
The quick fix is to buy the ST third brake lamp which has the nozzle pointing in the correct direction for the longer wing.

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The nozzle points rearward instead of straight down like the stock one as the ST/3D carbon/ black pack wings are all longer than the standard one and would therefore spray past the window with the regular nozzle opening/ lamp.
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Yup, def buy the ST lamp!!








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The quick fix is to buy the ST third brake lamp which has the nozzle pointing in the correct direction for the longer wing.

http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...13+focus+brake



The nozzle points rearward instead of straight down like the stock one as the ST/3D carbon/ black pack wings are all longer than the standard one and would therefore spray past the window with the regular nozzle opening/ lamp.
Yeah that's what I was thinking but wasn't sure thanks guys
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