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Old 08-18-2006, 01:18 PM
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Unhappy windshield washer pump

I have replaced the windshield washer pump located in the bottom of the reservior.. I have flushed the tubing going to the sprayers with a large syringe and they are clear. I have refilled the reservior. Still no spray when I depress the end of the windshield wiper/washer selector.

Question # 1 Is there a relay under the right (passenger) side of the dashboard? I hear a click from that location when I depress the washer button.

Question # 2 I checked the "fuse" (large silver colored one) in position # 2.
It appears to serve both the wiper motor and the washer motor.
Could just the washer part short out without affecting the wipers?

Advice, help and suggestions are appreciated.
Thanks,
TOM
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Old 08-18-2006, 01:22 PM
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disconnect hose just after the washer pump and try to squirt fluid, the nozzles might be clogged, or disconnect and blow air into the nozzles to clean them. sounds like you have power
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Old 07-24-2010, 06:52 AM
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I have replaced the windshield washer pump located in the bottom of the reservior.. I have flushed the tubing going to the sprayers with a large syringe and they are clear. I have refilled the reservior. Still no spray when I depress the end of the windshield wiper/washer selector.

Question # 1 Is there a relay under the right (passenger) side of the dashboard? I hear a click from that location when I depress the washer button.

Question # 2 I checked the "fuse" (large silver colored one) in position # 2.
It appears to serve both the wiper motor and the washer motor.
Could just the washer part short out without affecting the wipers?

Advice, help and suggestions are appreciated.
Thanks,
TOM
Check the reservoir and add windshield-washer fluid if its level is low or empty. You can fill the reservoir right up to the top-- usually it doesn't have any full or empty indicators. Use a funnel to avoid spills.

Last edited by kurtdaniel; 07-26-2010 at 08:08 AM.
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Old 01-26-2011, 12:25 PM
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Question # 1 Is there a relay under the right (passenger) side of the dashboard? I hear a click from that location when I depress the washer button.
Question # 2 I checked the "fuse" (large silver colored one) in position # 2.
It appears to serve both the wiper motor and the washer motor.
Could just the washer part short out without affecting the wipers?
I Hope this helps......
There are three (3) relays, Location as far as owners manual it shows the relay guide under the hood although I havent looked..
Windshield Wiper Hi/Lo speed in position #1
The Windshield Wiper run/park relay in position #2.
Washer Pump Relay position #3


Advice, help and suggestions are appreciated.
Thanks,
TOM .....
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