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01 Explorer washer pump not working, the fuse is fine. Cannot hear the motor whir, but hear the click when I use the fluid pump button. No fluid pumping rear or front

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The pump is in the bottom of the tank. Don't know if you can get it out w/removing tank. Needs to be replaced easy R&R.

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