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dual pump port washer fluid bottle

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by Blueberry.Taco, Sep 23, 2022 at 6:01 AM.

  1. Sep 23, 2022 at 6:01 AM
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    Blueberry.Taco

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    Anyone know if there's a drop-in dual pump bottle option from a 4runner or tundra or whatever other vehicle for a 3rd gen?
    Looking to simply add a squirter for cleaning the front and rear cameras (rear gets dirty super quick with where I have it mounted in a low pressure zone on the back of my camper)

    dual pump bottle will be the easiest solution. otherwise i'll have to find space for a second bottle

    also open to suggestions on single nozzle sprayers (i havent started doing any research yet)

    thanks!

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    My personal favorite, but not quite drop in. The 2008+ Land Cruiser 200 Series washer bottle. It mounts up in the driver's side wheel well between the fender and engine compartment. Part# 85355-60180 includes front pump, rear pump, level sensor, some hose, and a partial wire harness. The filling port/neck is 85301-60060. There's also a port for the headlight washer pump, that pump is not included. Plug the port, add headlight washers, or use the pump for? It's a much higher volume pump as compared to the windscreen pumps.

    The tank, pumps and all, can be had for less than $90 through USA dealers... then Toyota bangs ya $50 for the fill neck... lol! Still not bad all together, IMO.

    It does fit up in the Tacoma fender.... but I have not mounted the fill port yet. It still needs sorting as it punches through into the engine compartment by the battery. Mounting brackets will be custom.
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    good info, thanks!

    but if I'm adding a whole nother tank i think i'll end up just finding or making a pretty small one for a single pump. extending the harness and stock hose just to meet up with this LC one seems like effort that could be avoided.
     
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    Have you tried wax or ceramic coatings on the lense?
     
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    5nahalf

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    I bet you could make something with a inline pump and a barbed fitting on the stock tank.

    Put barbed fitting into the side of the tank, hook up inline pump to that and then run the lines to your cameras. Alternately, I bet you could just put a t-fitting into the stock tube, put a inline pump there and run that to your cameras.
     
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    Here was someone else's attempt:
    https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/diy-backup-cam-washer-nozzle.756560/
     
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    I have tried rainX which doesn't seem to work well enough probably due to lack of enough airflow on the rear. the front gets straight up mud sometimes in which case i think blasting it with fluid may be the only solution.

    whoa, I never considered there would be such a thing as an inline pump. quick google shows they are fairly common. good tip!
     
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    RustyGreen

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