is this plug for headlight washers?

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by boogiedownnm, Aug 16, 2005.

  1. boogiedownnm

    boogiedownnm

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    plug goes to nothing....help!
     
  2. loeky

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    yep. the early plugs were square and the later ones were round. not sure which year they changed though.
     
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    is there anything I can use with that plug besides the headlight washers? if not, should I just get rid of it? I am trying to get the mess that is my engine compartment fixed up....
     
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    polarweasel Where's mah cruzah?

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    Don't get rid of it... install the washers! I've got the front valence panel (with washer heads on it) you need up in Loveland, and I think I've even got the headlight reservoir (no pump). Come and get it!
     
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    i'm working on getting mine hooked up again too. the only part i'm still after is a headlight washer pump.

    boogie - your engine compartment looks like mine. i think the PO had my truck on a farm and the dirt and stuck on mud is /everywhere/. i'm still not real sure how to get it all off, not that i care about the mud, but it makes it difficult to see things clearly and if they're leaking or not.
     
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    aint that the truth!! plus, if you when I stick my hand in there and grab any part. I come out of there with dirt and grease on all sides of my arm up ti the elbow....

    I am in the process of removing piece by piece for cleanup.
     
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