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Old 06-25-2003, 01:08 AM   #11
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yea they are cool to have they are prob one of those luxury features that pontiac decided to have hehe like the wipers on the benzs headlights
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Alright I fixed it?!
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very nice! quick question whats that bottle in the bottom right corner?
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looks like a bottle of brake fluid
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Brake Fluid in the engine, and not in the master cylinder... nice!
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I've never seen a bonny with this option before. where is the switch to use it, and how do you use it? How many bonnevilles actually had this? Interesting indeed.
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I've never seen a bonny with this option before. where is the switch to use it, and how do you use it? How many bonnevilles actually had this? Interesting indeed.
yea im not sure which ones come with it and which ones dont but the switch to use it is on the same thing for washing the windshield u jus pull the tab instead of pushing it for the window
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I think only SSE and SSEi can have them. The bumper is different and has the sprayer outlets. I've only ever seen it on a 92 SSE, not on the 97 SE i drove, or the 93 SE i purchased.
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I think only SSE and SSEi can have them. The bumper is different and has the sprayer outlets. I've only ever seen it on a 92 SSE, not on the 97 SE i drove, or the 93 SE i purchased.
I have 'em.

I tend to forget that they're there, but in wintertime I use them a lot to keep dried road-salt spray off the lenses. Basically what happens at night is you'll be driving in traffic and the salty road spray cooks itself into a dry white coating on the headlamps, and your light output drops way down. I can actually see the light output increase as I squirt the headlamps while I'm driving. Kind of cool to see the cloud of spray in the edge of the headlamp beams...

Say, do yours spray continuously? Mine give me a one-second burst each time, but that'* all I get, even if I hold the trigger back. The service manual is vague (hey, there'* a surprise) on how they're supposed to work.
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no mine dont spray continuously they jus give a burst like u said
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