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Window washer seems to be a blockage

Need to know where the filter may be or other caused
motor is ok
thankyou for the free advice

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There is no filter fo the windshield wiper fluid. check the lines for a leak or disconnection, if theres a blockage it would have to be at the pump, which is at the resavoir tank.try disconnecting the line at the pump and hit the fluid switch to see if anything comes out. if not there could something plugging the jets

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Probably no filter to be found; the jets clog fairly easy and are often very easy to remove and replace if you can't satisfactorily free them. The feed line to the jets is slipped on and many of the jets are only pressed into the holes in which they sit. There isn't a lot of pressure so no danger of hoses popping off or similar problems. 

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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