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I need two window washer nozzles for a 95 jeep. cannot find them on ebay. if you have some or no where I can buy them please let me no.
Pretty sure this is the part number. 5600 1601. This is out of my '94 to '96 parts catalog. The same part number is also in my '00 parts catalog. Which means that you should have no problem finding them in the boneyard or from somebody on the forums. Not cheap new though. Googling around might yield a cheaper price.

https://www.4wd.com/p/jeep-washer-nozzle-56001601/_/R-CNVX-56001601
 

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This morning I leave the hotel and run down to pull a part.
The Jeep is off the ground on rims.
So I have to get up in the Jeep and lean through the broken window.
Now I am also waiting on the rr to call me after830. So I am in a hurry.
Well phone rings. I reach back to grab phone and cut my hand.
Not bad Very small cut. The rain makes it look worse lol.
So I get the parts. Go to the desk to pay.
Cashier sees my hand. Gives me a napkin
We talk for a moment.
Then tells me the little plastic pieces are free. Lol

Never been so happy to get a call from my wife. Lol
 

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For real. The link that Ralph77 gave me list the parts at around $17 a piece if I remember correctly.
That is way more than I wanted to spend.

The cut on my hand was just a scratch. The rain made it look worse.

The railroad only gives me ten minutes to answer so I am always reaching for my phone
 

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For real. The link that Ralph77 gave me list the parts at around $17 a piece if I remember correctly.
That is way more than I wanted to spend.

The cut on my hand was just a scratch. The rain made it look worse.

The railroad only gives me ten minutes to answer so I am always reaching for my phone
That was crazy the money they were asking for that. You were able to buy them locally?
 

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yep

Oh the boneyard. OK. I got it in my head that you got them for free at an auto parts store. Yeah those things on a boneyard Jeep are just gong to get crushed when they have stripped the Jeep for all she is worth.
crazy their are some many parts like this that are very hard to find.
I need a clutch pedal. brake pedal too. also I have to find out it the clutch master cylinder has a rod that connects to the pedal or if it comes with the clutch kit.
all these parts are hard to find and most junk yards dont want to take to time to pull them.
 

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crazy their are some many parts like this that are very hard to find.
I need a clutch pedal. brake pedal too. also I have to find out it the clutch master cylinder has a rod that connects to the pedal or if it comes with the clutch kit.
all these parts are hard to find and most junk yards dont want to take to time to pull them.
Yea we are not pick and pull here either. Lucky for me I work in an auto parts store and we deal with 2 boneyards. They pretty much let me go out back and do what ever I want. I pay for bigger stuff but small stupid stuff that would get crushed they just look at me and tell me to go away. LOL. Thing is around here vehicles get crushed quick. They really don't hold on to them. I mean if I find 3 Cherokee Sports when I do a boneyard walk through, try to go at least twice a year, that is a lot. And they are just regular Sports. Not fancier ones or police version ones.
 
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