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sadly it seems that either you have no idea what you need to type or we do not know .not having a make,model,year , there really is not much anyone can do to assist you but OIL does not go to any water bottle .
i Just fixed a problem with a renault megan washer motor. If the motor makes a noise but is not pumping any water & the jets@ the windscreen are clear, then pull the suqirter motor out off the washer bottle( the bottle stays in place ) it just pulls out from underneith the bottom stone tray& may need to remove bottom bolt, inner lower wheeel arch. Right Now where the black & white squirter come out of the motor gentlywith a screw driver pop these off together. ( test motor again) ( put in water ) Then with Snap ring plires & part the white & black outlets apart & you will find a rubber seal that looks like it must of grown. When it grows it blocks both ports off. you need to shorten the rubber & keep it flat as remember its job seems to block off either the front or rear port. if it not a good finish you may get water coming out of the front & the rear ifeg your working the front squirters
You don't mention the year, but the location is probably forward of the left front wheel behind the bumper cover. Note that when working anywhere near the air bag impact sensors, steering column, or instrument panel it is recommended that you disable the system by disconnecting the neg. battery cable and wait 2 minutes before working on the car, to avoid accidental deployment of the air bag. Before all this though, have you checked under the hood (I mean bonnet!), fuse #6 in the power distribution center, and under the dash at the fuse block, fuse #7? If the horn isn't working check these 1st. Hope you fix the bloody thing! Let me know how it goes and if you need further help.