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Passenger side works fine (seems all the pressure is going there instead, but I get nothing out the driver's side. Temperature outside was below freezing, but, that fluid shouldn't be anywhere near freezine (stock fill)

I'm guessing it's plugged since there's not even a drop coming out of it...but I don't understand how - sure we got ice/snow a couple days ago and I've not needed it since, but completely plugged?


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unplug it ????? or check make sure the hose didnt come off the back
 

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hmm ...

Well thats a real PITA. This has never happened to me, but I have had issues with a previous truck that had noozles built into the wipers - stupid design - bigtime.
In our booklet, Nissan stays to mix your washer 50/50 with water. Are you doing that? - I certainly dont .. cause I know that would definately cause blockages up here in Ontario.
If your not mixing I would stick an electric heat in a box (on low) and put it close shooting it towards the noozles to see if that clears it up ..

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The fluid will freeze in the lines, but it has to be seriously cold. If the lines are connected, the nozzple may be clogged. Use the wire from a twist tie to open it up.
 

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The fluid must have seperated or something, worked fine after I got off work. Oddly, the passenger sprayer was putting out less fluid then.

This morning - both worked fine.
 
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