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PostSubject: Washer Jets   Wed Jun 25, 2014 2:20 am

Has anyone upgraded their washer jets to the mist type.? I done this a couple of years ago on a vw bora but i cannot remember what car i got the washer jets from. I put mist washer jets into ebay and bought the cheapest ones  i could find this is what i done the last time. I ended up buying washer jets for Peugeot/Citroen but when fitted to the corolla bonnet they spray too low and cant be adjusted. So if anyone has done this little mod what car did you get your mist jets from.


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PostSubject: Re: Washer Jets   Wed Jun 25, 2014 10:14 am

Interesting, I actually did this "upgrade" to my IS. For whatever reason, they changed from a 3-nozzle spray to a mist spray in 2004 I think. So for me, it was a direct swap. But I imagine that all nozzles are the same, I would assume that the nozzles I used would fit the Corolla just fine!

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PostSubject: Re: Washer Jets   Wed Jun 25, 2014 9:16 pm

Do you have any pictures of the fan type jets.? What size are they length and width.? also are they adjustable.?

i have also came across this list of parts numbers with corresponding car colours

Fan Jets
85381-53070-A0 White 040
85381-53070-A1 Pearl White 062
85381-53070-B0 Platinum Ice 1C0
85381-53070-B1 Granite Sky 1C6
85381-53070-C0 Black 202
85381-53070-D0 Scarlatti Red 3P0
85381-53070-E0 Beige Met 4R4
85381-53070-G0 Green 6R4
85381-53070-J0 Grayish Blue 8N6
85381-53070-J1 Dk Blue 8P4
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PostSubject: Re: Washer Jets   Thu Jun 26, 2014 1:32 am

iv heard that volvo s40 ones fit perfectly

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PostSubject: Re: Washer Jets   Thu Jun 26, 2014 1:59 am

I was thinking the same thing the other day, which one do you think that works best?
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PostSubject: Re: Washer Jets   Thu Jun 26, 2014 2:04 am

miib14 wrote:
iv heard that volvo s40 ones fit perfectly

the fit isnt really an issue, double sided tape works wonders Razz its just weather they are adjustable or they hit the right spot on the screen.

the Peugeot ones i bought dont even spray past the bonnet
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PostSubject: Re: Washer Jets   Mon Jan 23, 2017 12:53 pm

I've never really been impressed by the washers on the Corolla nor the Camry (SXV20), although at least with the Corolla the wipers don't automatically come on when you spray allowing you to really soak the screen before using the wipers (in the Camry the wipers start too early so the screen is still mostly dry).

To fix this I've ordered two sets of ACV36 Camry washer jets (85381-AA042), these are the first Camry model to have the "fan" style resonance chamber jets which gives a much wider and evenly distributed spray pattern. The reason why I went Camry rather than a newer Corolla (which has the same style sprays) is that the bonnet angle of the Camry should be closer to the 101 than the newer more slanted bonnet styles, which affects the angle that the sprays are aimed at (a newer spray will be aimed too low on the windscreen of a 101). Supposedly they clip right in and the only mods you have to do are to lengthen the water hose coming off the y-piece due to the different fitting on the bottom of the washer.

I'll post up some side-by-side comparo pics when I get them fitted.

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