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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the fuse blew out again. Look at the wiring that goes to the washer fluid pump and check for any place where it might have rubbed against something causing it to short out. Fix this 'short' before you replace the fuse again or you will continue to have problems.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
If you don`t hear the pump running when you press the washer button then it could be the pump.Make sure the fuse is good.The pump is located at the bottom of the washer bottle.check to see if you have power to the pump with a test light while someone presses the button your test light should light.If it does then the pump is bad.Also make sure the ground is good at the pump connector.If you can hear the pump then make sure the lines are not plugged.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
there is a fuse for the windshield washer pump. It is located in the under the hood fuse box.The fuse is near the bottom marked WSW. Look in the manual for fuse box (under hood) I read that Chevy recommended repacing the 10 amp fuse with a 15amp. There are spare fuses in the bottom of the fuse box(labeled in the manual) and there is a 15 amp. I changed mine in 3 minutes and now it works. Hope I helped.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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Why are you looking for the fuse? Are your washers not working? Did you check to see if you had power at the washer pump motor? If there is power present, there is no need to find the fuse. Washer pump motor failures are common. It is also possible that the fluid in your reservoir could be frozen. (I don't know where you live, but for the most of U.S. it is winter and COLD!) Replacing a blown fuse will not fix your car until you find out why the fuse blew in the first place. Simply replacing the fuse will only serve to make you spend money on another fuse.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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