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Old 05-10-2004, 05:55 PM   #11
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yea its a great feature. only the 88-91 had to have the headlamps one, due to they wash w/ the windshield.
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My 93 has the headlamp washers too.
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you think those could be put on a 95
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you think those could be put on a 95
Personally they just wet the headlamps, i can't see them doing too much on stuff that'* baked on.

To convert a 95 SE to headlight sprayers, you'd need the SSE bumper cover, support, and bumper, new bottle, new pump, new control stick, and you'd be well over $1000 just at that point. That doesn't even count getting it on, paint, new fog lights, etc.
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you think those could be put on a 95
Personally they just wet the headlamps, i can't see them doing too much on stuff that'* baked on.

To convert a 95 SE to headlight sprayers, you'd need the SSE bumper cover, support, and bumper, new bottle, new pump, new control stick, and you'd be well over $1000 just at that point. That doesn't even count getting it on, paint, new fog lights, etc.
$1000? if he knows a guy with say, a 94 SSE, with headlight sprayers and could think of a way to make them fit in the SE bumper it could be done alot cheaper...
Looking at it closer, There isn't really mush dependant on the bumper, But where is the switch inside?
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It'* on the turn signal indicator.

Most likely have to repaint the bumper as well.
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You could convert an SE by mounting the nozzles on the existing bumper, buying the double tank from the wrecker for 20 bucks, and putting in a momentary switch somewhere else. 30 dollar upgrade.
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You'd still have to remove the bumper cover unless you plan on going thru the metal bumper. Otherwise any generic windsheild washer kit will do. Could you do it? Yeah. Will it work well? Maybe... Will you be happier with your car? Probably not. Rig it up to shoot gas into your exhaust as flames, that'd be cool
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It'* on the turn signal indicator.

Most likely have to repaint the bumper as well.
You must like painting things....
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It'* on the turn signal indicator.

Most likely have to repaint the bumper as well.
You must like painting things....
Not all of us like 3 colored cars Dame. Dame, use your headlight or windshield squirters and light up your tips!
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