Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
The fuse to your washer pump is shared with the wipers themselves. If your wipers work, then your pump should. I just had the same problem. You can replace the washer pump for $20. It's located behind the front passenger's side wheel well. Just remove the passenger wheel and wheel well covering to access the washer tank, and the motor. The pump pulls off, after removing the electrical plug and fluid line. When you pull the old pump out, the washer fluid will gush out. If you want to save any of this fluid, you may want to find a cloth or something to stop the flow. The new pumps snaps in quit easily.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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