So Petros pointed this out and I gotta post it. Maybe it's so simple and that's why I missed it.
You'll need a dental pick or such and a thin needle nose pliers.
To remove the rear sprayer(most likely from the junk yard to replace your broken one) remove the round rubber seal which is attached to nozzle and touches the hatch, it can be pryed off like an o-ring using a dental pick. Squeeze the two tabs in and the nozzle slides out. Detached the rubber hose and re-install. The seal can be placed on the nozzle before installation because it just snaps on.
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