Squinting through a mud-, pollen-, or salt-covered windshield?
Anco’s Replacement Windshield Washer Pump is a darn good option for folks with a broken or otherwise ineffective windshield washer system.
This kit is also a pretty smart retrofit for older cars and trucks that may be struggling with a sub-par factory setup—if the vehicle even came with a windshield washer system in the first place.
And it’s an all-in-one solution for kit cars, race cars, trail buggies, commercial trucks, or any project where you need “squirter” action.
The kit comes with pretty much all you’ll need to install a new windshield washer system in your ride, including a reservoir with electric pump, the hood-mounted squirters, and a cabin on/off switch, plus the appropriate hoses, wiring, and clamps.
You may need to add additional wiring or hoses depending on your particular setup.
It’s a universal-fit system, so perhaps the biggest hurdle you’ll have for installation is finding a place to mount the reservoir. It’s also important to remember that, on vehicles that didn’t come with a squirter system from the factory, you’ll have to drill holes in your hood or cowl to install the washer nozzles. The 12-volt DC motor can be tied in to your vehicle’s electrical system and activated by the (included) dash-mount pushbutton switch.
While it’s not something that will add a jillion horsepower or make your ride handle like an F-1 car, having a functional windshield cleaning system is essential component of a safe vehicle—and that makes this kit pretty darn cool in our book.
This thing has the force of a small power washer. I wouldn’t suggest using it on a cracked windshield.
You could also mount the unit to a metal plate in your car’s trunk,and mount the two squirters just in front of the rear tires,and presto,you have your own on -demand water burnout setup.