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Replace washer pump

Do i have to remove front fender to replace washer pump

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Although I am not too familiar with your particular model (I have a 96 Grand Cherokee), I have never heard of having to remove a fender to replace a washer pump on ANY vehicle.  The pump is usually attached to the bottom of the washer tank.  That tank can usually be removed with just a few nuts or screws and then you can get to the pump attached.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

  • Ken Wolter Dec 26, 2008

    Inappropriate?  I don't see anyone else helping, and it's true, you do not have to remove the fender!  This at least warrants a "thanks for trying"!

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SOURCE: 98 Cherokee Front Washer Pump Inop, rear pump o-k, Same Pump?

Different pumps. They are both located side by side on the bottom of the washer reservoir.
They are cheap and easy to replace, or just move the wires from one to the other, then your front will work and not the rears.

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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SOURCE: replace front fenders 1999 wrangler

Hi! In your case you have to read this STEP by STEP instruction how to replace fenders


  1. First, raise the front of the car and rest it securely on jack stands.
  2. Remove the front wheels (the fender can be removed with the wheels on, but you'll have limited access to the fender bolts -- we recommend removing the wheels).
  3. If you're removing the left front fender on a 1968 through 1973 model, unplug the horn wires and remove the horn. Don't hang the horn by the wires.
  4. Remove the bumper and bumper brackets
  5. First remove the headlights and turn signal lights and wrap the wiring up out of the way.
  6. Remove the nut, washer and bolt that attach the fender to the running board.
  7. Remove the bolts and nuts that attach the fender to the body.
  8. Remove the fender, the beading, and the rubber spacer between the fender and the running board. Note: The rubber bead has cutouts around the bolt holes (it doesn't have holes in it - just cut outs).
  9. Inspect the rubber beading and the rubber spacer washer. If they are cracked, dried, or deteriorated, replace them.

  10. Check the threaded holes in the captive nuts in the body and clean them up with a tap if necessary. Lubricate the bolt threads.
~~~ Fender Replacement -
  1. Place the fender in position against the body without the beading and loosely install one bolt at the top to support the fender.
  2. Now start the rest of the bolts. Tighten them just enough to hold the fender in position.Install a new rubber spacer washer between the fender and the running board, then install the bolt, washer and nut that attach the fender to the running board, but don't tighten yet.
  3. Hold the new beading around the body immediately above the fender, and mark (with chalk) the locations of the bolts. Cut slots in the portion of the beading the extends down between the body and the fender to accomodate the bolts, then push the beading into place with your hand. Make sure the slots in the beading slip over the bolts. Be extremely careful about the fit of the beading as you gradually and evenly hand-tighten the fender bolts a few turns.
  4. Gradually and evenly tighten all the bolts.
  5. The remainder of installation is the reverse of removal. GOOD LUCK thanks

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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SOURCE: do I need to remove the front fender

Yes if your replacing the ant. base you will have to remove or partially remove fender to gain access to the lead through the spaceframe.

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SOURCE: remove and replace 1998 volkswagon Jetta Fender

how do i remove pump on inside of right fender?

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