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COOP nailed it.  I remember removing these from beneath my seats on the '73 tii when I had them recovered.  They clip onto the springs under the seat pads.  I'll have to check, I may have saved them somewhere in my stash of old parts.  I'm a pretty good pack rat.  I'll let you know Paul.

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Those things will eventually short out against a seat spring and cause fuse #11 (at least on the roundies) to blow--and the wiring diagram doesn't show that particular circuit.  Took me days to figure out why the fuse was still blowing after I had disconnected all the items on the circuit--according to factory wiring diagram.  It was only after I found a wire on the fusebox underside that wasn't in the diagram that helped me figure out the problem.

 

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mike

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the same connector as used on the windshield washer pump
 

 

So you could wire the washer to squirt your passenger when they sit down?

 

I had fun in high school when I turned the Volvo's rear window washer 180 degrees, so it pointed out.

 

Good thing I out grew such silly behavior.

 

I have no paitience for my car telling me what to do.  Mine actually had the key-in-the-ignition buzzer when I bought it.  That was an annoying sound!  The 84 Subaru had a chime with real little metal bars and a striker.  That was a pleasant sound... but I still took it out.  

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