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#9: 03-22-2013, 06:21 PM
 
 Hemingway
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C-Lo ... I had to change both of my nozzles on my '98 for the same reason. Tried to straighten and clean them periodically for years. The OEM nozzle assemblies are relatively cheap ... ordered them through the eParts site of my local dealership. I think I paid $40 for both.

The assembly comes with the nozzle and a length of tubing ... shorter on the driver side, longer for the passenger side.

They work flawlessly now. Should have replaced them years ago.
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