So you are saying this is normal on Hondas? I never once had frozen nozzles on either of the two previous vehicles I've owned here (a super old Mazda and a VW).
Originally Posted by FijiBlueFG2
It's frozen. Pour hot water on where it comes out.
When this problems happens to me, I usually don't have access to hot water right away. I can park in garages most of the time so it doesn't happen when I'm at home or work. It only happens when I'm out - shopping, dining, etc. It's not very convenient to go up to the bartender or salesclerk and ask for hot water because my washer nozzles have frozen.
Originally Posted by ef1.8
My daily sleeps outside. It gets to be 30's sometimes high 20's.
Ive just gathered the nozzles freeze up since its freezingass cold outside.
Sometimes its just one, sometimes both.
Unless your using that fluid honda recalled a while back that was clogging nozzles.
According to owners link, there are no recalls on my car. Yet. I can't find much info about a Honda recall of washer fluid. ADD: And the problem only occurs when the car is parked outside for awhile in cold temps.
So is there nothing else I can do? In my area the winters are COLD and with all the snow, salt, de-icer, and other muck on the road I really, really need to be able to use washer fluid.
ADD: I'd also like to add that there isn't any snow or ice obstructing the nozzle openings.