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Old 02-03-2004, 11:39 PM   #1
Benjamin Tang
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Default intercooler sprayer hookup?

i have a 02 wrx wagon. i would like to hook up an sti intercooler sprayer from the washer tank somehow. i know i have the second pump motor for the rear window. i was wondering if there is some sort of way to rig it to do double duty? ie. be able to spray the intercooler from the i/c sprayer switch in the dash, and still be able to trigger the rear washer separately from the wiper stalk, without having them run together?
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Old 02-04-2004, 12:26 AM   #2
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Just finished retrofitting a W/S system into my wagon. Was fairly easy if you're handy. Save yourself time and $$ by going to the local APS for off the shelf parts. I found a nice small water tank that fits just perfectly (when formed by heatgun), to fit in front of the battery. My pump mounts inline to the nozzles. Power is routed via fuse link, even tricked out the switch to work with illumination! Only issude is don't get a 20sec burst, as you have to hold for operation. I am checking into adding a relay for the fix. Good Luck!

Parts List:
1. STI nozzles $6
2. 5' APS washer hose & 90d elbow ftgs $5
3. APS small plastic tank ~30 oz cap. kit w/ bracket $14
4. APS replacement washer motor $12
5. STI W/S switch $14
6. 14 AWG wire and terminal connectors ~$6
7. Cable ties

Tools
1. Demmel with small grinder bit (nozzel mounting)
2. Heatgun (helps form washer tank to fit)
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Old 02-04-2004, 11:01 AM   #3
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pics?
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Old 02-06-2004, 12:46 PM   #4
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Default don't have a wagon but//

I did do this project on my 02 sedan
www.williamjdwyer.com/s/
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