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so after driving the jeep for just over a year now i was really bothered by how little washer fluid got on the bottom half of the windshield my solution was to go to auto zone and get part number 47137, washer nozzle ,, cost was 20 bucks and 45 minutes installation time,, if you choose to do this mod make sure you mask off the hood and start with a small drill bit ,, i started with 1\8 and worked my way up to 19\64,, if fits tight, but thats how i wanted it . jUST MAKE SURE YOU MEASURE about 10 freaking times,,, i went very close to the double wall under the hood,, so 6 3\4 inches off the end of the hood should work . where i drilled into the hood, it was 4 inches from the left and right side of the factory nozzle. and 6 3\4 inches from the edge of the hood closest to the windshield ,,, heres some pictures i took just for all of you, oh and i have them at a 45 deg angle towards the outside of the windshield ,,, hope this helps . enjoy the videos,,, and dont mind the course language...... its how i talk all the time

NOZZEL UP GRADE 002 - YouTube

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Is the nozzle on the pass side a twin and the drivers side a single spray pattern..or is it just me. I want to try and do something like this to make headlight washers....wonder if its been done...

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Is the nozzle on the pass side a twin and the drivers side a single spray pattern..or is it just me. I want to try and do something like this to make headlight washers....wonder if its been done...

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yes its a twin, there are 2 nozzles per package heres a link http://www.dormanproducts.com/p-11594-47137.aspx
and yeah its a single spray pattern ,,, i run them WFO,, just so the windshield gets a good douching
 
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