I don't have one that I can physically look at some I did some research on the internet and here is what I came up with. Once you reach it just change the wiring from one motor to the other to make sure wether you have a pump or wiring problem.
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The pump is located on the bottom side of the fluid tank that is in the fender. You will need to jack the front drivers side body up and or remove the tire. Remove the wheel well liner, 8 push pins, a door panel removal tool comes in really handy here. It will be at about 10 O'Clock looking at the wheel well. Have a bucket handy to catch the fluid. Rotate and unplug the motor, the bottom motor is the front, upper motor is the back. If you have a hose handy remove the hose from the pump and stick another on there to recover the fluid in the tank. It will run out from the connector on the pump. Pull the motor straight out, tight fit but it will clear.
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Your washer pump and resorvoir are located inside the drivers fender. You may need to take off the wheel to have better acces but, you will need to remove the plastic fender trim and you will see the resorvoir located inside. The pumps are attached to the resorvoir.
This is most likely due to the washer pump going out. I just replaced mine on my 2000 cherokee. There is a front and back pump which is located under the drivers side fender. You will have to remove the plastic corner bumper to get access to the pumps. This is an easy job to do yourself. Dont forget to have something ready to drain the fluid into when you remove the pump from the washer tank. The front pump is located below the rear pump.
Although I am not too familiar with your particular model (I have a 96 Grand Cherokee), I have never heard of having to remove a fender to replace a washer pump on ANY vehicle. The pump is usually attached to the bottom of the washer tank. That tank can usually be removed with just a few nuts or screws and then you can get to the pump attached.
Different pumps. They are both located side by side on the bottom of the washer reservoir.
They are cheap and easy to replace, or just move the wires from one to the other, then your front will work and not the rears.