Lines themselves don't appear to be clogged, but I can't seem to get the lines disconnected all the way to confirm. Any suggestions on what and where to check for blockage. Rear window is spraying fine. We just went through a cold snap here and I thought perhaps the lines were just frozen.
I checked the fuse to see if it was blown but it was fine.
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Check the rubber hoses to the sprayers. If they are on the hood they can come unplugged when you open it. Have a friend work the sprayers as you watch for leaks. An old toothbrush can be used to clean spray nozzles by scrubbing over the hole.
You may have a line disconnected or the tank may be emply? Are all lines connected at the rear blade? I believe the fluid comes from the front tank under the hood. Check the lines from the tank.
Also check the pump. Can you hear the pump when using rear wiper/washer?
It does not take very much dirt in the washer fluid reservoir to plug the nozzles for the windshield washers. check for dirt in the reservoir and clean out if need be. If you are in below freezing temperatures make sure your washer fluid is good for below freezing. mike