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Old 31-12-2010   #1
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Multiwagon rear wash/wipe

Happy new year everyone, newbie here. The rear washer on my multwagon floods the roof lining when it is used, i realise the pipe has come away but cant find a way to access it. I have tried going through the door, lowered the roof lining but no good. I tried prising off the washer jet but it won't budge. Any ideas, Thanks.
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Re: Multiwagon rear wash/wipe

are you sure the pipe has come away ? just had the same thing on my mw ,and the pipe had split inside the rubber between the tailgate and the roof of the car so it could be worth checking that first on yours . cheers mick
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Re: Multiwagon rear wash/wipe

I have similar problem. When temperature was -9C i tried to wash back windows it did't wash , then i have tried and tried and it started but latter i notticed water on both side od C column. I open the back part od the roof where instalation goes to and saw water coming from rubber protection in the roof. it was to cold to go and check. But now it is both wasing back windows and roof inside .
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Re: Multiwagon rear wash/wipe

Well done Mick, opened the rubber and the hose was snapped in half. Short piece of flexible silicon hose pushed over the 2 ends and all is good. By the way the existing pipe is very stiff so no wonder they break at that point.
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Re: Multiwagon rear wash/wipe

hi mine has done the same can you tell me what size flexible hose you used so i can repair mine and also where did you buy it from thanks
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