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Your wit works mighty wonders, has landed men on the Moon, replaced brains by computers, and can smithy a "smart" bomb. The first time I hadn't even noticed and the dealer fixed it under warranty when I had the car serviced. Narcis Ditiu 99,591 views 1:16 (ENG) Skoda Octavia vRS - Test Drive and Review - Duration: 7:45. Add to Want to watch this again later? have a peek at this web-site

Back to top #7 flier flier Briskodian Members 61 posts Car:L&K 2.0.dsg 09 black.m.p. Jump to content Support BRISKODA | Car Insurance | Discounts on New ŠKODA | Search Sign In Create Account Site Search View Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... obviously I had put skoda fluid in instead of the halfords stuff to take it in but I'm not sure if there is any way they can test this or not. http://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/128672-rear-washer-jet-not-working/

Skoda Octavia Rear Wiper Not Working

Priced the Skoda fluid at £4 plus vat for 0.5l at the weekend. Working... Thanks Stu.

I had the issue myself. Back to top #19 Simbo Simbo ZZZzzz... So basically the 3yr warrenty with the car is only subject to the items they want it to cover !!!!!:mad: Back to top #10 GAFF GAFF Briskodian Honorary 7,029 posts Location:Ireland The Halfords was £4.99 for 5l.

I wonder whether trying to use it when its frozen at the nozzle pushes the tube off. Skoda Octavia Rear Wiper Motor Removal Sign in to add this video to a playlist. you just saved mepulling the boot trim off. http://workshop-manuals.com/skoda/octavia-mk2/vehicle_electrics/electrical_system/windscreen_wipe/wash_system/windscreen_washer_system/removing_and_installing_rear_window_spray_nozzle_octavia/ Working...

Spent 3 minutes cleaning the jets under hot water - full of crap - and sorted.Thank you! Sign in to make your opinion count. off as Skoda suggest. Posted on Thursday 17th of March 2011Know the answer to this? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

Skoda Octavia Rear Wiper Motor Removal

That fluid's quite pricey-what a suprise:cool: Back to top #8 dieseldarren dieseldarren formerly gcr31463 Members 2,170 posts Location:Yorkshire or DDR Car:more Octavias than most Posted 23 April 2009 - 00:29 I http://www.vwaudiforum.co.uk/forum/showthread.php/92690-rear-washer-not-working Skip to main contenteBayShop by categoryEnter your search keywordWiper Nozzles└ Windscreen Wipers & Washers└ Car Parts└ Vehicle Parts & AccessoriesAll CategoriesAntiquesArtBabyBooks, Comics & MagazinesBusiness, Office & IndustrialCameras & PhotographyCars, Motorcycles & Skoda Octavia Rear Wiper Not Working chcesztomasz 169,593 views 7:09 Changing rear coil springs on Skoda Octavia - Duration: 4:21. And yes, before anyone asks, yes I do have water in the resrvoir!!!!

Thanks Andy Back to top #3 Nick P Nick P Ladder Happy Honorary 5,275 posts Car:Volvo V50 T5 R Design, Yeti 1.4TSI 150 L&K Posted 21 April 2009 - 16:51 Definitely, Check This Out A big Volvo with 53 seats for work! I don't think the fluid is in any way the cause of the problem, its just down to poor design. somebody told me just to drill small hole but would you have any idea what kind of money would it cost to reseal window?

Back to top #23 cj_uk cj_uk Briskodian Members 462 posts Location:Kent Car:07 L&K 2.0 TDI Posted 13 January 2010 - 14:22 I've had simialr issues with my Octy, but I found thanks for the tip, but still doesn't work, so I guess a hose if off somewhere ? Car News 22,344 views 1:25 ► 2017 Skoda Octavia - INTERIOR - Duration: 3:03. Source Do you own a VAG related repair business? - Do you own a Company that offers components for VAG related vehicles? - Would you like to support & sponsor or advertise

Any ideas anyone? It's been to the dealer to have this fixed under warranty twice. Several functions may not work.


Up next LITEC LED Rückleuchten Skoda Octavia 1Z 04+ - Duration: 2:52. In the boot there is 2 rubber grommets in the bottom of the spare wheel well just take out one with a screwdriver that should get the water out. Obviously its still under warranty but thought I would have a look myself before taking it in for something that is prob a quick fix. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

Is there a stain/ damp patch on the headlining near the back neext to the hatch? I cleaned the switches inside the motor housing and now use the rear wipers without washers. Posted on Saturday 10th of April 2010Don't understand this? Back to top #16 figgyburn figgyburn Briskodian Members 22 posts Car:1.6 fsi ambiente Posted 15 May 2009 - 23:04 i had mine "fixed"twice by the dealers under warranty. have a peek here Disclaimer: BRISKODA.net is not an official SKODA site and is not affiliated to SKODA in any way.

I left it for a while but then the rear electrics started playing up. I watched the guy perform on it and thought no way am i going to do that.First he took off the boot lid trim erm thats ok, next took out side Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. A big Volvo with 53 seats for work!

Back to top #11 Rhoobarb Rhoobarb Briskodian Members 1,046 posts Location:North West Car:Octy 3 Posted 07 May 2009 - 06:10 Does it state in the manual anywhere to use VAG/Skoda/whatever approved How can I get access to the rear washer/wiper to check hose connection to it is fine (can't see any water leaks to indicate hose connection has come away). Back to top #12 Stubax Stubax Briskodian Members 218 posts Car:Octavia vRSII,ex mk1, ex 1.6 Ambiente Posted 12 May 2009 - 20:06 Pull the cover off the base of the wiper COOKIE POLICY & PRIVACY POLICY It is now a legal requirement for all sites that leave or put cookies on a users PC to make you aware of this.

ill if fit it tmoro. Flicked the rear wash wipe and was greeted by a vertical stream of washer fluid!The washer jet is currently soaking in warm soapy water in an attempt to clear it, but Loading... And yes, before anyone asks, yes I do have water in the resrvoir!!!!

It seems that if the washer is unused for a while the fluid solidifies meaning a good clear out is required.