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Adjust the windscreen jets in skoda fabia

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Hey all, I bought a skoda fabia yesterday, but the washers are sending the water over the top of the car. I cant seem to find a way to adjust them.

Does anyone have a new VW or Skoda with the fan jets? if so, how do you adjus tthem !! The pin trick dont work lol!

PS, no skoda jokes please!!

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Fans usually have a middle bit where the water comes out, then 2 pin holes either side of the centre hole,
Use 2 pins and move them up or down, the adjustment is really small between over the roof and bottom of screen so a bit of patience is required.
#2
Celticsun
Fans usually have a middle bit where the water comes out, then 2 pin holes either side of the centre hole,
Use 2 pins and move them up or down, the adjustment is really small between over the roof and bottom of screen so a bit of patience is required.


hi, thanks for that, I cant see any pinholes, just the hole where the water comes from. Do I stick something in here? or will it break :s!
#3
aircanman
hi, thanks for that, I cant see any pinholes, just the hole where the water comes from. Do I stick something in here? or will it break :s!


Hmm, from previous experience dont stick anything in the actual fan hole just mashes them up, I am surprised there are no small holes either side, I would have thought it was the same as the SEAT ones.

I will investigate, gonna bother me now :-D

greg_68
Yeah stick the pin where the water comes out, should swivel to the required position.

I have used a sewing needle, try not to damage the hole.


Greg These are fan Jets not the single hole jobbies, they dont swivel for starters, they just go up or down.
#4
Found this via google ....dunno if it works.......:?

If you hold the nozzle you can push it up or down to change the aim of the spray.
#5
Mecoconuts
Found this via google ....dunno if it works.......:?

If you hold the nozzle you can push it up or down to change the aim of the spray.


Yeah, they may be on a small slider trying pushing them back or pulling them forward, obviously not too hard you may end up with them in your hand....it is a Skoda after all :p (Couldn't resist)
#6
Celticsun
Greg These are fan Jets not the single hole jobbies, they dont swivel for starters, they just go up or down.


My bad...didn't read the OP properly.:oops:
#7
greg_68
My bad...didn't read the OP properly.:oops:


does anyone know? the local dealer says they think they are fixed.

:(
#8
Appears it might adjust up or down by hand?

http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=4372585
#9
Does it spray over the roof when being driven?, some jets go over the roof when parked, but are OK when moving, the force of the air brings them down, otherwise just tace the car back to the supplier if you have only just got it.
#10
Any Joy?

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