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Old 12-09-2017, 06:26 PM   #1
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Default Windshield washer plumbing?

I have a 94 ranger. On the washer hose, there is a T fitting that splits off between the washer nozzles and there is a hose leading from that T fitting and goes through the fire wall. Where does that goes go to and what function does it serve? Thanks.
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Old 12-09-2017, 07:35 PM   #2
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Someone is pulling your leg or your truck's leg

Washer Fluid container is with Overflow tank in engine bay.
Hose runs from Washer Fluid reservoir to the "T" that feeds the two nozzles

Nothing goes thru firewall

Wiring for washer fluid pump is part of main wiring harness so does go thru the firewall, with other wires
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I'm not pullin any legs lol. I'll send pics. I'm scratchin my head on this one. That is the washer line with the T fitting and hose going through the fire wall.
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I see it, maybe Ford was trying to preheat the fluid by running it thru the heater core box.

It needs to come out somewhere to connect to washer reservoir
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I'll try to remember to trace mine tomorrow and see where it goes. Should be same from 93 to 94.

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I just looked at mine. That hose is not going through the firewall. It is going into a void space (cowl area?) Where it the connects to the washer nozzle. The driver side line does the same.

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