Ive noticed that on freeway on/off ramps, or higher speed turns, my windshield washer nozzles, drip. Ive lost probably 1/4 bottle in the past week, and I havent even used the dang things. Anyone have a clue what could be causing this? Never had a problem till I took em off to paint the truck. Also, I have new mirrors on the truck, they are the below eyeline(I think thats what their called), with the 3 bolts and the cover that cuts your fingers up everytime you mess with em. Anyway, going down the interstate any speed over 65, and the wind pushes em in. Now that its gotten colder, anything over 50 pushes em in. Anyone know of a way to tighten em up? Ive thought about getting em set right and then a little glue or jb weld, but was afraid that they would no longer be breakaway, and if I happened to thwack someone with the mirror who stepped out in the road (damn stupid people), didnt wanna kill em. Thanks for any help guys, this is getting annoying, especially the mirrors. Dont care so much about the washer fluid, until its winter and my expensive($1.19 lol, instead of the $.25 blue stuff) de-icing fluid is dripping away.