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Old 06 Aug 2003, 09:18 am
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Default Removed rear sprayer

Since I put on my "T" handle a while back, I have been wanting to remove that rear sprayer. Last night I took it off, and got a .29 cent plastic plug which is now flush against the window. Much less obvious now. I'm concerned that it might leak, I was thinking of putting some silicone around the hole then putting the plug back. Can I disconnect the hose under the hood feeding the rear washer so in case someone hits the dash button I don't spray water behind my rear deck? Thanks Gary
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Old 06 Aug 2003, 09:23 am
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Gary, That hose runs under the drivers side kick plates (noticed when splicing into drivers side turn signal wiring) as well you could plug it off there if need be. if you do it there it will be invisible.
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