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Old March 4th, 2016
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Window washer mist lever

Hello all this is my first post to this forum.

I inherited a 1984 Delta 88 from my uncles last fall.
The mist lever that activates window washer is broken. The plastic lever just spins around on the turn signal arm.
Does anyone have a good fix for this and instructions?

Thanks in advance!
Stephen
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Look like a nice car and the price was nice also. You have to replace the multi function lever as a whole, the aftermarket will work but will not have the chrome part.

http://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo....214974&jsn=448

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Thanks 1970, would you know if it is difficult to replace?
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I am not sure but if you use you tube and there are vidoes of other GM vehicles of that era the should be close enough to give you the help you need.

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Hard to tell from photos, but there may be problems other than the multifunction switch itself. I say this as the photo appears to show a cracked/glued housing and cover.

Before I threw $61.79 + S&H at it, I would want to know that money is not being wasted.
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Thanks, I believe it would work when the glue was working. I am thinking of how to apply battery directly to the pump also to be sure the pump is still working.
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