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It sounds as if the windshield washer pump, located at the base of the windshield washer fluid reservoir, has lost it's seal. When this occurs, washer fluid seeps into the pump and shorts it out. I advise that you remove the pump to confirm this before replacing the fuse. A replacement wind washer pump and fuse can be found at your dealer, local auto parts store or the internet (Rockauto.com has always been a great source for quality parts at a very competitive price and I use them all the time). Hope this helps.
It may not be your fuse, your windshield fluid reservoir has a pump that when you activate the switch it pumps the fluid to spray your windshield. The fuse box should be located in the engine compartment on the left hand side or the right hand side of the engine.
no the front is not in power with rear they are seperate. check wire plug (connector) at pump,( i assume pump is mounted on or in reservoir ) with test light for power while a helper depresses the spray switch. check for a blown fuse, check switch, check wiring
Activate the washer fluid switch and listen to see if you can hear the pump making noise. If you can, the try disconnecting the washer fluid hoses and blowing through them to see if they are clogged. If they dont here are some steps to diagnose a faulty pump.
Fist find the washer pump, should be located at the bottom of the fluid bottle. Second disconnect the harness from the pump, and hook a test light to both terminals. Third have someone operate the switch for the pump and look to see if the light comes on. If the light does come on then the pump is most likely burnt out. Replace the pump and you should be good to go. If you don't have power trace the ground wire and make sure it is connected, then check your fuses and make sure none are blown.
OK THESE IS PRETTY EASY
1 CHECK POWER AT WINDSHEILD WASHER RES MOTOR IT IS GOING TO TAKE TWO PEOPLE HAVE THEM TRY IT AS YOU CHECK FOR POWER WITH A VOLTAGE LIGHT. IF NO POWER CHECK FUSE IF POWER 12V IS THERE REPLACE MOTOR. THE MOTOR IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TANK WHERE YOU PUT THE WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUID IN
Can you hear the pump run?If not then check the fuse for the wiper washers.It is under the hood ans is labeled WSW.If it has a 10 amp fuse then replace it with a 15 amp.There is a bulletin for this repair.If you have under 36k miles then this is a warrantable issue and is covered under the 3 yrs.36k mile bumper to bumper warranty.This is a free repair if you are under warranty.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Had that happen to me before. Simply raise the hood and locate the plastic or rubber tube running to out put nozzle on hood. Disconnect and see if fluid shoots out. If it shoots out, simple take a needle of safety pin and clean out the nozzles located on the hood and should work. To clean the nozzle, you will have to lower the hood. If you want to you can do that before raising the hood. Oh by the way I assume you have verified that the reservoir is full.
first loosen and, remove one of the hoses that go to the sprayer then operate the wiper pump you should see the fluid come out of the hose. if it does not come out and, no sound is made from the pump check your fuses if the fuse is ok (find the fuse location in your user manual ) replace the pump motor you can get a replacement at an autoparts store. don't forget to replace the hose.
the only thing i can think of is a bad pump. try taking the power wires off of the pump and see if you are geting power with a test light. if you are not it is probally a blown fuse if you are it is most likely a bad pump