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Yes there are two pumps located in the wiper fluid reservoir. If your in a bind, you can switch the plugs and small hose that go to them because they are both the same. The upper pump operates the back, and the lower pump operates the front. The back won't work until it gets replaced, but it beats driving backwards.
u will need to pull the washer fluid tank out and check to see if the tank motor that pumps the fluid is getting 12 volts when the washer switch is pushed, if it is the pump will need to be replaced, if it isn't then the washer switch is defective, this switch is part of the turn signal switch.
Yes a shop is usually great advice with this but heres some things you can do yourself. first lets keep it simple have you inspected rear nozzle and cleared nozzle openings with sharp pin? First you must have these following tools: haynes or chiltons repair manual multitester with voltage and impedance features Step one: location reservoir for washer fluid Step two: access the sprayer motors under washer reservoir step three: using multi tester set to 20V test hot leads to motors if theres power then move on if not check fuses and follow power leads to look for damaged power wiring Step four: if there was power make sure the lines are intact and full of fluid after youve pressed switch (you may have to trace fliud line all the way to the rear for damage or leaks) After all this you should've been able to find problem theres nothing left once theres power and fluid to rear nozzle except clearing the nozzle openings