Skip to main content

Fix Your Stuff

Right to Repair

Store

Tools Featured in this Teardown

Introduction

Simoniz told me to pound sand when I asked them for help disassembling this and finding a replacement washer. They said that it was impossible to disassemble and I should just buy a new one for $35, even though it broke on its second use. I told them I’d never buy one of their products again, and they sent me a replacement wand. Jokes on them, I’m still never going to buy one of their products again as they use custom parts and aren’t right-to-repair friendly. This wand has an inherent design flaw that the replacement they sent me has a warning about this flaw on it. Turn off your pressure washer when changing spray angle.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Simoniz 3-in-1 Wand XE27-021-0090, use our service manual.

  1. Pictured all labelled parts in exploded view and tools used.
    • Pictured all labelled parts in exploded view and tools used.

  2. Use punch and hammer to back out metal pins seen here.
    • Use punch and hammer to back out metal pins seen here.

  3. The Essential Toolkit

    The most helpful tools in our most compact kit.

    Shop Now

    The Essential Toolkit

    The most helpful tools in our most compact kit.

    Shop Now
  4. Once this pin has been backed out far enough, remove it with channellock pliers. Careful, all internal parts tend to fall out once this pin has been pulled out.
    • Once this pin has been backed out far enough, remove it with channellock pliers. Careful, all internal parts tend to fall out once this pin has been pulled out.

  5. Replace required part and reassemble. Use channellocks to pinch metal pin to fit it back in the holes. To properlly remove an o-ring, view the following video. For tough to remove o-rings, also pinch it with a cloth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDiDoJCf... Replace required part and reassemble. Use channellocks to pinch metal pin to fit it back in the holes. To properlly remove an o-ring, view the following video. For tough to remove o-rings, also pinch it with a cloth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDiDoJCf...
    • Replace required part and reassemble. Use channellocks to pinch metal pin to fit it back in the holes. To properlly remove an o-ring, view the following video. For tough to remove o-rings, also pinch it with a cloth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDiDoJCf...

Tyler Vanderkley

Member since: 01/08/2021

1 Reputation

1 Guide authored

0 Comments

Add Comment

View Statistics:

Past 24 Hours: 1

Past 7 Days: 13

Past 30 Days: 87

All Time: 87