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Old 03-06-2011, 06:28 PM   #1
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Default Windshield squirter and horn.

Neither are working.

I am too damned lazy to do even the most cursory troubleshooting, however I demand that the very first person who responds to this not only tell me exactly where the problem is, but also post a pictorial diagram of how to fix it. I shall complain loudly and make derogatory statements about you, your ancestors, and the forum in general if you ask me to provide any additional details or make even the most basic observations.

Oh, and the electrical system on my car has been heavily modified and hacked by several previous owners, but I'm not willing to provide you with any information at all about what's been done in this regard. Consider yourself fortunate that I even bothered mentioning it at all.
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Old 03-06-2011, 06:38 PM   #2
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search n00b

There is a mod on here by the name of Joe Perez, he usually provides ultra helpful and informative answers to these types of questions, and has tons of diagrams and schematics on wiring/electric issues.

Not sure where he is today, but perhaps you can send him a PM and ask for help?

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Old 03-06-2011, 07:24 PM   #3
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Why would you want to spend all the time and money to fix that stuff when you could put on a bigger turbo and be done with it.
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Old 03-06-2011, 07:36 PM   #5
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You're all just a bunch of jerks, and I can't believe you could be so unhelpful. What a piece of crap forum this is.

(Try to imagine the above written without regard to spelling, punctuation, capitalization, grammar, or any kind of underlying grasp of the principles of written communication, English or otherwise.)
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ur 4m sux u r gerx y wnt u hellp wit mi sqirt tings?
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<--- 2 years lurking and thats my first post. . .
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Haha I thought ban was certain but that's funny lol.
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<--- 2 years lurking and thats my first post. . .

See what you've done Joe? You've BROKEN the lurker!
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Does this help

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Bad washer pump. You want this one.
Pep Boys uses the same part #.

Or plugged nozzles. Screw them, just get fluidic ones.
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The space/time constant in your interior fuse block has shifted.
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The space/time constant in your interior fuse block has shifted.
No sounds much more like the flux capacitor.
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Subscribed to this thread. I've got an oil leak around the oil pump. Figure whatever the fix for Joe's car is will help me fix mine.
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Sig worthy.
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Subscribed to this thread. I've got an oil leak around the oil pump. Figure whatever the fix for Joe's car is will help me fix mine.
Re-install the bolt that you took out when you removed the A/C compressor bracket. (Well, you'll need a shorter version of the bolt.)
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