|02-24-2014 11:20 PM|
|02-24-2014 07:04 PM|
I spliced mine after the round OEM device just like the original setup. No issues with spitting.
|02-24-2014 06:53 PM|
|DNasty777||No problem, glad I could help. At least all the problems I had with my A4 are becoming useful!|
|02-24-2014 06:19 PM|
|02-24-2014 05:59 PM|
Call U.S. Plastics, I'd be surprised if they didn't have something to fit your needs. I used their stuff for all the check valves in my vacuum system on my A4.
U.S. Plastic Corporation | Plastic Tanks | Plastic Buckets | Plastic Bottles | Labware | Plastic Tubing | PVC Pipe | U.S. Plastic Corp.
Edit: These look like they will work http://www.usplastic.com/catalog/ite...3369&catid=489
|02-24-2014 05:38 PM|
|Y-Guy||So asnwering my own question from above, I think I've narrowed down the problem at least for the 2011. What I need to add is a Windshield Washer Check Valve. With that it should prevent the fluid from draining back down the tube. I think that is the problem I'm having with the fluid burping on my hood before it sprays on the windshield. I was at NAPA yesterday but the kids working were not much help so I'm going to go back when somebody other then a Mouse Jockey is working the counter so we can find a cheap Check Valve.|
|02-24-2014 05:34 PM|
|02-19-2014 07:50 PM|
|Y-Guy||The Dorman nozzles are adjustable so you can aim them up/down/side to side. I'm able to get the spray to land in the lower 60% of the windshield which was the area I wanted to cover.|
|02-19-2014 02:07 PM|
|lee indy||nice. do they cover the wholes completely|
|02-19-2014 01:59 PM|
|IrishRed||This is awesome. I installed a light bar on my hood that blocks a good 50% of my windown spray. This will be a perfect solution!|
|02-19-2014 11:59 AM|
Just slipped them over the splitters pushed all the way down, no hose clamps needed. Factory doesn't use any either. The coverage is great, and as soon as I figure out how to stop the burping on my hood I'll be totally satisfied. Just below the factory nozzle there is a small round "gizmo" not sure if it's just a fitting or if it somehow acts as a pressure valve. I spliced my two new ones in before it, but if nobody has any advice I may try splicing after it to see if it prevents the burping.
I was able to find all the parts available at NAPA and in-stock. Dorman product #47137 and NAPA Part Number: NOE 6651523 and a 4 way vacuum hose connector / NAPA Part Number: CRB 2616, plus picked up 3' of 3/16 vacuum hose.
|02-19-2014 11:08 AM|
|Deceptionz99||OMG I'm so glad someone bumped this thread. I have been complaining about my Crappy factory nozzle all winter. Definitely gonna try this mod. For your splitters did you just put the hose over it and it won't leak or did you need like really tiny hose clamps on them|
|02-19-2014 01:21 AM|
|Y-Guy||Bumping this for a question. I did this mod Sunday, found all the parts at NAPA had it installed in about 15 minutes. The only issue I'm having is what I call the Dorman Drizzle. When I activate the washer fluid it spits a fair amount on the hood before it sprays on the windshield. The coverage is great, but I can't seem to figure out how to prevent it from burping on my hood.|
|04-24-2013 02:12 PM|
You will probably like the hidden antenna i just did. I mounted the oem antenna inside right rear under the rollbar padding. (sub $15) I covered the fender hole with a trailbadge like on the drivers side. Works great and cleans up the fender and view from the windshield. Another cheapo is paint the muffler flat black with heat resistant header paint, not my idea seen it at the 2013 NYC auto show and i believe other forum members did it prior. Thanks for your comments.
|04-23-2013 10:10 PM|
|Brewbek||Like it, very clean look and install. And finally a mod that doesn't break the bank.|
|04-23-2013 09:45 PM|
|Senior Chief||Nice ...|
|04-23-2013 09:40 PM|
|casting kid||Just did this mod. Most excellent! Thx.|
|12-08-2012 09:46 AM|
Never tried adjusting them sorry............ Everyone else thanks for the positive comments, lots of good info on this forum for sure!
|12-07-2012 09:53 PM|
|Rodger L||Just ordered parts! Great idea, thanks!|
|12-07-2012 07:09 PM|
I may have to copy this one.
Will post it when I do.
|12-07-2012 04:03 PM|
|leps||deepbluerubi: How do the volume adjustments work? I got the nozzles installed but I'd like to get them to spray a finer mist. Did you just turn the inside part of the nozzle clockwise to for less volume?|
|08-28-2012 11:13 PM|
I just did this mod and I love it! I found a way to make the install much cleaner. As a matter of fact, you can't even tell I did anything (from under the hood at least).
I'll post up photos and an end result video here in a bit.
|08-23-2012 07:58 AM|
|08-23-2012 07:45 AM|
|IBgeocaching||Thanks deep blue for the vid. Did the mod yesterday but still have to tuck things. The nozzles put out more of a fine mist than factory. would like to raise the mist height just a tad though. It sure does get all the windshield though.|
|08-22-2012 07:50 PM|
This should give an idea.
jeep jk windshield bumpers mod - YouTube
|08-22-2012 11:26 AM|
|08-21-2012 09:32 PM|
|08-21-2012 03:21 PM|
|Potts||Now this is cooking with gas! Well done sir, well done.|
|08-21-2012 02:31 PM|
Here is a 4 & 5 way vacuum line splitter. Vacu-tite part #47361
Its 3/16 in. Believe the nozzle kit is 5/32.
Autograde 4/5 Way Connector Vacuum Tubing Assortment 47361 at Advance Auto Parts
|08-21-2012 12:01 PM|
Can we see it in action?
I like this mod more than this one. No drilling!! http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/was...fw-111243.html
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