Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well, i don't know if it was much of a solution. I figured out there was only one resevoir for the front and rear washer fluid...located the hose going to the rear and disconnected it from the electric pump attaced to the resevoir. Once the hose was disconnected i activated the pump and the fluid shot out of the pump indicating it was working. So, i figured it must be some kinda blockage in the hose line...so, i pushed air through the line in hopes that it might work to clear it out...well, don't know if that was the trick but when i reconnected the hose it worked!
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
SOURCE: Rear window washer not working.
it could a blockage at the spayer outside .take a safety pin and poke in the small hole outside.
to check the button remove,it from the dash take a
12volt tester check to make sure you have poweon one side
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Most of the times these system have two independent circuits (Pump, line and switch) but they share same liquid reservoir.
So, during problem investigation check if you hear something when actionning the control.
If you hear something ( the pump) then the liquid line is 'cluggered' down the line so try to identify where it is (starting from the pump normally located at the botom of the liquid washer reservoir).
If you don't hear anything then the pump is not working. Then first check the circuit fuse. If it's not faulty then disconnect the pump electrical harness and check with a volt lmeter if you have voltage to the pump.
If you get no voltage the problem is before the pump. If you have voltage, the the problem is the pump by itself.
By the way, my guess is that the pump is bad and has to be replaced.
Let us know if you need additionnal information.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
The power lock problem is definately the electric lock actuator in the door. Replace it.
The power window problem could be the switch or the motor.
Put a test light on the motor connections. Operate the power window switch up and down. If the light works both directions, then replace the motor. If the light only lights one direction, then replace the switch... and you still might have to replace the motor afterward so do not think that replacing the switch is absolute. They sometimes fail together.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
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