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I don't think anyone has a 2008 CVT. :yup:
 

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We don't have CVT's in our CTS's.
 

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...having read a lot of posts, and just searched the site for 'leaky windshield washer' and the like, I can say fluid coming out of the nozzles when the car sits isn't a common issue. Does it only happen if the washer was used recently? Can you actually see (a lot) of fluid coming out, or just a bit of adjacent leftover drops/oxidation? Does it come out of one or both nozzles? Do the (one or both) nozzles seem to work the same/properly when the washer is activated?

I can imagine if a nozzle was slightly clogged there could be some residual pressure, but I'd expect that would only drip a little bit of fluid after the fact and it quickly stop. If you're saying the car is actually sitting dry and the washers weren't recently activated...and then all of a sudden a lot of fluid comes out (and the pump isn't on...)? That would be a headscratcher.
 

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Surprised to see this topic. My 2009 just started doing this on the driver's side only. Haven't had a chance to really inspect it yet. Mine seems to be random. My car is black raven and it looks pretty bad after baking in the sun. I will probably just replace the nozzle.
A pair of new OEM nozzles can be purchased on fleabay for $25.
 
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