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Hyundai santa fe. Washers not working properly.

Water comming through at very low pressure. Water not sustained only in short bursts. Cleaned washer heads with pin. Disconnected inlet pipe to washer heads with same results.

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  • bobweeks4 Dec 11, 2008

    Thanks Guys for your help. However I suspect that I would have to dismantle the washer tank to gain access to the filter and pump.

    I have just discovered that my waarenty dosn't run out for another 7000 miles so have booked it into the local Hyundai dealers.

    Thanks again for your swift responses.



    Bob Weeks

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Hi if you have disconnected the pipe from the jets and it still comes out slow, disconnect the pipe from the motor end and try it, if its still slow it will be the pump, Hope this helps

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There is a screen filter on the washer pump suction line where it draws cleaner from the fluid reservoir, it must be plugging up, this is very common.

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    yadayada Dec 11, 2008

    why the rating?

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