Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
Thanks for the info "fritotech", but how do you get to the washer pumps? Seems to be under the fender & no access under the hood.
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.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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