It probably is lined up, but can be very difficult. What you have to do is this:
1. Pull it forward as far as you can.
2. Reach up to the roof at the highest point and pull down, while
3. Pushing forward by the latch.
4. Get one side in but don't lock it in, then repeat steps 1-2 on the other side.
5. Once both latches are in, then lock them.
6. Believe me, this may seem hard, but it needs to be a tight fit. There are some Allen screws that can be loosened to adjust the locks, but think hard before you try... No good deed ever goes unpunished! :)
the easy way to adjust the sprayers is to use a pin or a needle. look at each sprayer you will see one or two small holes. put the pin in one hole and gently move up or downor side-to-side. the easy way to adjust the sprayers is to use a pin or a needle. look at each sprayer you will see one or two small holes. put the pin in one hole and gently move up or downor side-to-side.
It was spelled the same forward and backwards.
It is located under the windshield cowl (the plastic cover with the holes in it, directly under the windshield). To expose it - remove the wiper arms, and the retaining nuts on the wiper shafts, then remove the screws holding down the cover.
In Holes, Stanley Yelnats is the character with a palindromic name. (It is spelled the same when read either forward or backward.)
I would bet that it's not the tubes but rather the little holes of the sprayers. You may want to take a pin or a needle and see if you can poke any debris (usually hard water deposits or washer fluid 'gunk') from the holes. If that doesn't work you should be able to find the tubing at a parts or hardware store.The hole is generally through a little ball that sits in a socket. If you poke the holes and find that your spray isn't directed at the locations on the windshield that you'd like, take your pin and adjust the ball via the hole to where you'd like the spray to go.
When you have the headlights flipped up then you will see 2 holes one on the top and one on the sides. There is a Phillips screw in there that you turn to adjust the headlights.
Use the half moon key, sold at Honda dealers for $5. Place on the holes that are drilled at the bottom of the chrome shock. Adjust to the lowest number.
Open the hood, & locate two small holes over each headlamp assemply. By inserting a philipshead screwdriver you can adjust vertical & horizontal aming of the headlight.
you can slot the holes where the upper ball joint bolts to upper control arm.
All forward movement will cease. If it does not, check for worm holes.
Under the front hood and along the side panels you will see access holes near each headlight that you stick a long Allen style wrench through (should be with the car in its tool kit). Turn the wrench within these holes to adjust the beam left to right & up & down.
If there are 3 holes on the side of the chuck you use a chuck key. If there are no holes, you turn the end 2/3's of the chuck and hold the bottom 1/3.