MGTF washer jets upgrade mod video.

8 years 5 months ago - 8 years 5 months ago #54806 by Leigh Ping
A £10 mod that has a 'Darkside rating' of around 1 out of 10.
10 being a hard to do mod. [/color][/size]
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8 years 5 months ago #54808 by mandymay1971
Like the spray jets, you get a real clean screen we have them on the dodge

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8 years 5 months ago #54810 by Softly~Softly
I replaced mine very early on, cannot remember what with but they are very similar ..

A must on the mods IMHO :yesnod:

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8 years 5 months ago #54817 by bensewell
Tremendous how to well done as usual the noogle boggle is still here :-)

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8 years 5 months ago #54818 by Whiz
Xzara washer nozzle look up on ebay right away lol

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8 years 5 months ago #54821 by Softly~Softly
and a cheap one for once Adam :whistle:

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8 years 5 months ago #54823 by bensewell
I'm going to try and get some free ones from el scrappo yard

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8 years 5 months ago #54825 by Whiz

Softly~Softly wrote: and a cheap one for once Adam :whistle:


Tell me about it!! Although purchase I'm looking forward to most is the debaffled back box from Adams tf-r... 15 notes for what hopefully will be a much better sound than I have at the moment!

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8 years 5 months ago #54840 by Saint2710
I purchased a couple of these from ebay and fitted them, the water just dribbled out... Don't know whether I need to uprate or replace the washer pump? Someone mentioned taking out the non-return valve but I wasn't sure so just left it.
Does anyone know the best pump to use as a replacement and whether it's an easy job?

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8 years 5 months ago - 8 years 5 months ago #54851 by Leigh Ping
MGF & MG TF Windscreen Washer bits from Rimmers bros. You might want to have a word with Bensewell for a cheaper pump. I'd imagine that that is what your problem is. The non return valve won't make 'that' much of a difference. I did actually reconnect the valve and test it too, just in case it was that. It's not. It's still very powerful with the valve connected.

If you do replace the washer pump motor then don't forget the pics please Saint. :) You won't be the only one with that question. :)
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8 years 5 months ago #54881 by rog1963
Regarding jets, I bought some of these a while back



They are a bugger to set up as you don't adjust the nozzles with a pin - so no multi angles. The only movement is up and down by use of the screw which the nozzle is set into and side to side by moving the main body before you tighten onto the bonnet. The nozzles on each body are angled toward each other so one has to be set higher or the sprays cross into each other. :rant:

If the nozzles were able to be adjusted as ordinary nozzles these would be great.

They have a fantastic chrome finish and look brilliant - SHINEY :broon: sadly let down by adjustment. I'm living with that though.

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8 years 5 months ago #54960 by Leigh Ping
Cheers Rog. They look nice anyhow. :)

Saint2710 wrote: I purchased a couple of these from ebay and fitted them, the water just dribbled out...

Before buying a new motor, try putting a kettle full of very hot water through it. Your pipes and motor might be clogged with gunk, scale and so on. This has worked for me in the past.
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