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Old 05-10-2004, 02:02 PM   #1
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i got what appears to be headlight washer squirter thingys... and by the windheild squirt control stick thingy i see a thing to pull...(im assuming its for the headlights)... but nothing comes out.... how can i fix this?
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ok, you must have your headlights on for this to work. i know that is how it is on moms 91 and my 94 doesnt work because i had to replace the turn signal mechanism inside the column, where the stalk goes into, and i accidentaly got one from an SE because i didnt know the difference until last year!!!! NE ways, with the headlights on, they should work. Gearheads chime in here!!!
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I did not know that the headlights had to be on...

Do you hear a buzzing sound when you pull it?
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no, i had a friend stand outside and check. we trialed and errored until we found the headlights had to be on for this to work!!
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i wished mine had those :(
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kick *** thanks ill try that now
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can we get some pics of this...i have no idea what you guys are talking about
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95'* don't have them. Only some SSE/i'* have them in the earlier years. basically windsheild sprayers on the bumper.
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nice feature, almost like a mercedes headlight wipers LOL
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My headlights don't need to be on. Check the tubing from the tank/pump to the bumper. Make sure it isn't leaking out from under the car, and verify that the pump comes on.

Ignition on, pull the switch towards you (opposite of washing the windshield).
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