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anybody knows where I can source a pair of washer jets for the windscreen for my Navara Aventura D40 (2005)? They seem to be £20 EACH (..!!) where I looked...

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I thought they were. They never actually worked properly but mot is coming up next month so I want to fix them once for all. I soaked them in white vinegar overnight then used a syringe to flush them but they still perform very poorly. I think someone before me tried to fix them and damaged the noozle, I can see they have been tampered with.

I bought some generic replacements on ebay for £5.... "fit navara d40" says the ad but they obviously don't. They are a third of the size and they don't clip in place. They probably fall in the hole if I left there.
 

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On a second thought there is something like a T-shaped screw on the side if the jets, is this some sort of flow regulator or it's just cosmetic?

Another late issue with the windscreen washer circuit is that the hoose I think has came off somewhere down the line. I can hear the electric pump working and water dripping from underneath, obviously it's impossible to see the reservoir without dismantling. Is it located by the bumper or near the driver's footwell?
 

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It is common for the pipe/hose to come adrift from the pump which is mounted on the washer fluid bottle. If you remove the offside front plastic wheel-arch liner you will get access to chech everything is working as it should.
 

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Hello guys,
anybody knows where I can source a pair of washer jets for the windscreen for my Navara Aventura D40 (2005)? They seem to be £20 EACH (..!!) where I looked...

Thank you in advance.
To be honest £20 doesn't sound a bad price. If the previous owner has messed them up that is probably your best choice bearing in mind a breaker will probably be looking for £10 each.
Can you get away with just replacing one?
 

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Thank you for the replies, I could probably get away with replacing only one.
I was hoping for sone aftermarket cheaper solution, £20 for a small plastic thing with no moving parts nor electronics seems a bit steep in my opinion.

Removing the wheel liner is just a matter of undo the screws then pull the clips?
 

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Ten quid on Part Souq (13-14USD) - have you looked there? They are (supposedly) genuine Nissan parts.

https://partsouq.com/en/catalog/genuine/unit?c=Nissan&ssd=$HQARW1d0DQEEBkgdDBdyfnphZHBhcl9VIwIDBAELBgJINCUdVH9sB2NccAIFUVg$&vid=8372&cid=10&uid=250403&q=MNTVCUD40Z0004956

- should be the link to the actual washer page in the online manual, but your VIN may be different from mine, which is Thai built. The home page is https://partsouq.com/en/shop/shoppingCart/view

Mine are hopeless too - they either shoot down Messerschmidt's or spray the bottom of the window or just dribble when they feel like it. Fortunately it either rains a lot or not at all where I live so screen washers are not as necessary as in UK.

Stephen
 

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That's almost double Parts Souq's £10. Here are a couple of screen shots. I think Amayamayama or whatever it's called is more expensive also. There's a postage charge of course, depending on where you live. For me in Philippines it's included.

Stephen
 

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As we speak, mine are soaking in vinegar and baking soda overnight, though I hope with better results than class01 has had. At twenty quid a throw and £15 postage where I live, that's a hefty bill for one, and I probably need two, for which they will probably charge postage twice, and Philippines customs will probably screw me another fifty quid... I'll try partsouq or amadayayaya or whatever it's called first before paying that much. Should have bought a Hilux...
 

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Hilux are made from chocolate now as well. Nissan isn't so bad.... did I say that out loud?
Driving a ford demo soon.
Automatic 4x4 are hard to get 2nd hand here. The dealer said he didn't have to sell them as they sold themselves. Anyone who had got one rarely sells it. I do love my truck though, despite its annoying quirks from time to time. It's a high miler (230k km) and the guy I bought it off didn't really want to sell it, but he couldn't drive owing to a bad leg. His wife cleaned it every day - she won't like the two months worth of mud on it at the moment - it's a hard-used vehicle.

Stop Press on the washers

The overnight soak in baking soda and vinegar didn't do a bad job. I rotated the eyeballs to make sure they were free (they weren't) as it always takes two hours to set the damn things up after they've been moved*

One eyeball on each unit was still blocked so I used speaker wire to "drill" it out, blew it backwards with electrical cleaner and reinstalled.

* Whether you believe in a deity or not, I have always had a fondness for the Goddess Fortuna, who must have been looking over my shoulder as I pulled the screenwash lever, as the jets hit the spot first time! Fortunate? I think so...

Job done.
 

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I'm having a similar problem and I was wondering if anyone has tried the two jet model B89302Y005 to replace the one slot model 28932EB300 as I seem to find conflicting information regarding both types, eBay says that either will fit my truck(2012 D40 MT Span. Navara). The best price for the 28932EB300 is $47 and the best price for the B89302Y005 is $5, a huge difference. Any help would be appreciated.
 
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