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Windshield wiper fluid does not come out when button is pressed

I have been told that the windshield wiper pump needs to be replaced in my Taurus 1994 4 door. Is this an easy job that I can do?

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This can be a very easy job
with your car you may have to take the front bumper bar of if you can see where your washer tank is the it is a matter of unscrewing that and unplugging it then replacing the whole thing tank and all
if you go to your closest wrecker and speak to them you should be able to get a used one there
hope this has helped
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Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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