Awesome! Thanks so much. Sounds pretty easy. I may see if AutoZone has this part in stock so I don't have to wait for shipping.Remove the two clear red plastic covers out on the ends of the high mount brake lens. Use a plane end screw driver and pry gently, they don't require much force to remove.
Then remove the two phillips screws, pull the lens assembly out and disconnect the hose from the washer nozzle, remove the gray plastic bulb housing cover from the backside of the lens so you can work on remove the washer nozzle without it up above your head. From the back side of the lens you should see some clips holding in the washer nozzle.
Remove old nozzle, install new and reverse disassembly steps.
You can try, but I highly doubt they'll have it. That is a part that isn't commonly replaced so places like Autozone, NAPA, etc. don't stock those kind of parts and you're stuck with going through the dealer to order it. There are a few online Honda dealers you can order parts through, or visit your local dealer.Awesome! Thanks so much. Sounds pretty easy. I may see if AutoZone has this part in stock so I don't have to wait for shipping.
Once you have pulled the nozzle out, you will see a little gray split keeper. spread that and it will pop off and allow the broken unit to slide out. No need for pliers and hammersI got the new nozzle but as I am going to replace it, the plastic connector that goes into the hose broke off of the old nozzle. I'm not sure if I can buy the connector piece or not and if so, it seems impossible to get out of the hose. Any thoughts?
It should be part of the new squirterOk, I'll try that. Any idea where I can get a new connector piece? I'm hoping if I do get it, I can even put it in the hose far enough so that it doesn't leak. I tried a duct tape job with the old, broken piece and it didn't work too well.