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A while back, I broke the tube that you can see in the hatch
that comes from the roof while washing...

While looking at this (finally) today ...I broke the nozzle.

Questions ...

How do you squeeze the nozzle out without breaking the
light assembly?

The hose from the nozzle that goes through the hatch
is in good shape.

The hose from that hose, has a 90 degree connector,
that is where it broke.

From the 90 degree connector, the hose connects to
the connector/grommet (OK) that heads into the roof.

I can't tell what p/n these are from some online surfing ...

Anyone broken theirs and have some tips?

Maybe some "generic" washer hose/connectors would
be needed.

Thank you.






It broke at the 90 connector .. (that part is OK, where it comes
through the grommet) ..

that connects the nozzle (which I broke .. )
 

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We both have the same problem that I just posted today. I'll keep you posted if a solution arises.(y)
 

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Please take a look at my post. I did a DIY fix which was super easy.
 
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Oh No! Sorry ...

2014 Pilot EX-L AWD (no nav, no res)

From a similar photo for 2014 ...

Part 26 above, is a part 30:

76864-SZA-A21

This is in-tact, but for the end that attaches to ....22,
these are tight - might not be able to separate ...

And possibly the part 22.

Not a lot of detailed photos ...


The spray nozzle seems to be this, from online auto:h
Dorman 58144
... or ...
Dorman 47283

These look very similar. But, cannot see how to get it out ... the technique. It
looks like you just push it in and the clips grab. But not how to get it out ...
don't want to break the brake light housing!! 34272-SZA-A01 $$

There is glue, and DIY tube/connectors. OEM is the preferred path.


Thanks!






 

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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
Gonna go with these!

Nozzle, Rear Windshield Washer: - Honda (76850-SZA-A01)
Tube - Honda (76829-SZA-A01)
Tube, Rear - Honda (76864-SZA-A21)

Will call the local parts counter tomorrow to get order/delivery
details.
 
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