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HOOK TEST LIGHT TO WASHER PUMP MOTOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FIRST DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL AT WASHER PUMP MOTOR.NEED A HELP TO WORK WIPER WASHER SWITCH.IF TEST LIGHT LIGHT UP WIPER WASHER MOTOR FAULTY.IF TEST LIGHT DONT WORK.YOU HAVE FAULTY WIPER WASHER SWITCH OR FAULT IN THE WASHER WIPER POWER MODULE IF WIPER MOTOR NOT WORKING YOU HAVE A BLOWED 30 AMP FUSE OR BAD WIPER MOTOR RELAY.
The same tank that holds the front wiper washer fluid holds the rear. If your rear washer is not working, it could be one of 2 things.....
1- your washer fluid tank is low. Most car manufacturers design the tank so the rear washers stop getting fluid first to remind you to fill the tank.
2- there is a clog in your rear washer system or the pump is not working. Your problem sounds like your pump is working, so first top off your washer fluid tank, then if after about 30 seconds of trying (it takes a while to get back there), try to first unplug the rear washer by scrubbing with a toothbrush and hot water. Next, follow the hose to see if it is pinched somewhere or broken.
Check and verify that you indeed have the winshield washer tank filled if the tank is filled make sure the winshield washer hoses are attached to the washer nozzles under the hood if all of this checks out you probably have a bad windshield washer pump...
There is a little float mechanism inside the washer tank that is probably stuck or binding. If the wiper/washers work, you have power to the fluid tank.
Pull of the top and see if you can locate it. You might need a piece of flexible, fine wire to GENTLY help it along...
I would use the factory Power steering fluid. However as long as the fluid is Hydrolic oil G 002 000 you will be fine. Just take this referance number in and have your local parts store see if they can come up with comprable fluid to the VW power steering fluid
There is no "dipstick for the VW Beetle transmission". This is a dealer check/repair item. The unit is typically sealed, but can have a leak if the seal on top of the transmission fails. About a $700 repair. This happened on my 1998 VW New Beetle.
The switch for the rear wiper is on the actual windshield wiper switch for the front wipers, you have to push the lever forward to turn it on and then again to turn it off, to use the washer fluid for the rear wiper you push the same lever forward and hold it there till the washer fluid comes out.