I find the little push pins the best for adjusting. They taper to a
point so they go into the ball, and the 'handle' allows you to adjust
it precisely. Just thought I'd add my 2 cents after getting help here
On Fri, 02 Jul 2004 15:49:37 GMT, "Bill" <reply_to
·Some spray nozzles are like little balls, stick a pin, or small
·the hole, and reposition it. Others are crimped metal tubes, bend
·in the direction you want the spray to go.
·> Zeppo wrote:
·> > I drove my daughters '97 Taurus G the other day and noticed the
·> > washer spray was just trickling out. A check under the hood
·> > rotted hose from the hood fittings to the washer tank. I replaced
·> > the appropriate dealer part and tried it out.
·> > It now sprays washer fluid directly on the windshield - of the
·> > hers. :-)
·> > Is there any way to adjust the angle of the sprayers or the force
·> > it sprays?
·> Hose too big? Maybe crimp it with a hose clamp?