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2010-2014 Mustang Hood Squirter Nozzle Relocation Kit

Part Number:CDC112051
Part #: 112051


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CDC Hood Squirter Nozzle Relocation Kit

Classic Design Concept's Windshield Squirter Relocation Kit is a must-have and often mandatory upgrade whenever you throw an aftermarket hood onto your Mustang. CDC's kit moves the squirter nozzles onto your windshield wipers, avoiding any fitment or function issues. Aside from their new location, the squirters will work just like they used to, giving your windshield a nice spray to keep your line of sight clear when you need it.

Fits The Following Models: 2010-2014 Ford Mustang V6/V8

Kit Includes:

  • (2) Squirter Nozzles
  • (2) Squirter Nozzles
  • (1) Squirter Hose Assembly
  • Clips
  • Installation Instructions

Easy Installation: This kit comes with everything you need for an easy and straightforward installation using simple hand tools. No cutting or other modifications are required.

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customer Questions & Answers

Customer Question I lost the passenger side squirter black connector during my shaker hood install this past weekend on my stock GT hood. It fell into the engine bay and I looked but no luck in locating it. Luckily, the tension of the squirter line holds it together and allowed me to finish the shaker install. Does the nozzle kit from CDC require these fittings? I was thinking of installing the relocation kit instead of ordering a replacement clip. Is this a good idea?
Asked by:  - 4/27/2015
Customer AnswerI'm not exactly sure what piece you mean, however, here is CDC's Hood Squirter Install Instructions to help you out.
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