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> Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir Tank Nut 113 955 481
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post Apr 24 2024, 07:44 AM
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Does anyone know where I can get the nut (113 955 481) that holds the washer fluid line to the bottom of the reservoir? I tried the local Porsche and VW dealerships and nada. The part number comes up in a few places in Europe but I'm hoping it's available in North America. I'd have thought it would be on CiP1 but it didn't come up when I searched there. Here's an image of what comes up under the part number:

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Also, does anyone know if the hose at this connection had an expanded end on it so that the nut will hold it onto the nipple? It doesn't look like it in the PET diagram, shown below:

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Here's an image of my tank with the line on it. It does look like the hose expands over the nipple so does the nut hold it on without a flange on the line because the hose is expanded over nipple?

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post Apr 24 2024, 10:31 AM
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of course at LEAST 50 (used) in stock


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Does anyone know where I can get the nut (113 955 481) that holds the washer fluid line to the bottom of the reservoir? I tried the local Porsche and VW dealerships and nada. The part number comes up in a few places in Europe but I'm hoping it's available in North America. I'd have thought it would be on CiP1 but it didn't come up when I searched there. Here's an image of what comes up under the part number:

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Also, does anyone know if the hose at this connection had an expanded end on it so that the nut will hold it onto the nipple? It doesn't look like it in the PET diagram, shown below:

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Here's an image of my tank with the line on it. It does look like the hose expands over the nipple so does the nut hold it on without a flange on the line because the hose is expanded over nipple?

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post Apr 24 2024, 11:00 AM
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Excellent, George. Do you know if the line needs a special end?
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post Apr 25 2024, 07:16 AM
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Does anyone know if a flanged hose end is needed in this location?
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