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Used Ford Fiesta Screen Washer Jet
All used Ford Fiesta Screen Washer Jet listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices or used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for Ford Fiesta from premium breaker yards from across the UK.
About Screen Washer Jet
A screenwasher jet is the mechanism by which screenwash is squirted onto the vehicle windscreen to aid clear visibility and safe driving. Screenwash is pumped from the screenwash reservoir by means of a stick-lever on the steering column. It’s carried by plastic tubing from the reservoir to two small jets which lie just below the exterior of the windscreen. On the rear windscreen there may be only one jet. These jets can be angled to get the optimum direction onto the windscreen. The use of windscreen wipers during operation of the jets will obtain the best results in thoroughly cleaning the windscreen.
There will usually be a setting on the steering column lever that will cause the windscreen wipers to activate automatically with a spray of screenwash from the jets.
Poor jet spray is likely to be caused by the jet nozzles becoming blocked by debris in which case the screenwash is not able to escape from the jets. If the jets are inoperative the wipers will generally smear the windscreen making visibility poor. If the screenwasher jets are not angled correctly they will not spray the screenwash onto the correct portion of the windscreen. In extreme cold weather the screenwasher jets may freeze up and not allow water to be sprayed onto the windscreen. It’s also possible for the plastic tubes which carry the screenwash to perish and leak which will prevent fluid reaching the jets. Pools of water under or even inside the vehicle may be apparent if this is the case.
Ford Fiesta trivia
- Every engine in a Fiesta is engineered and assembled in Britain.
- 1987 is widely considered to be the best year ever for the Ford Fiesta. It sold just over 153,000 units that year alone, making ‘87 the year that grounded the car as a massive best-seller.
- If you’ve got a bit of spare cash down the back of the sofa, then you might be interested in taking a look at the M-Sport made Fiesta rally car. It’s the single most expensive Ford Fiesta in the world at a whopping £350,000.
- Despite its huge popularity and impressive sales figures, not many celebrities have owned up to driving a Fiesta. It seems that the most famous people to own a Fiesta are Nell McAndrew, the official model for 90s Tomb Raider games, and former cricketer/Strictly Come Dancing winner Mark Ramprakash.
- If you took every sold Ford Fiesta and parked them bonnet to boot, then they would extend around the entire coast of the UK...twice! If you stacked them instead, they would reach be 650 times higher than Mount Everest!