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I was wandering is it just me or rear glass sprayer nozzle is design poorly.
Mine sprays down and over 4-5 inches and only top part wiper path gets water.
So I have to hold and spray lots of fluid just to properly clean back window.
Is there any way to adjust spray pattern (angle) so it cover more glass surface?
Tried searching but didn't find any post about it....

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No it should be spraying over a wide area of the rear glass.
Were you driving at a high rate of speed at the time you activated the spray mechanism?
If not, visually check the nozzle for damage or a leaf / debris partially blocking it.
If you cant figure it out take it to the dealer as this should be covered under warranty.


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I was wandering is it just me or rear glass sprayer nozzle is design poorly.
Mine sprays down and over 4-5 inches and only top part wiper path gets water.
So I have to hold and spray lots of fluid just to properly clean back window.
Is there any way to adjust spray pattern (angle) so it cover more glass surface?
Tried searching but didn't find any post about it....

Thanks
My 2017 does the same, but the wiper seems spread the fluid.

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My 2017 does the same, but the wiper seems spread the fluid.

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It does, but its takes too much fluid to properly clean it. On old type nozzles you can insert needle and adjust spray
angle up or down, but I'm afraid to try it, with my luck I'll break something...lol
 
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