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Windshield washer not pumping but switched pump and still not working is it electrical

I put in a new pump and it still not spraying washer fluid is it a electrical problem or is there a fuse for it

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If the wiper works, the 25A fuse in the fuse block must be OK. The washer switch is an integral part of the windshield wiper/washer switch (assembly). If the washer switch is operated, you should hear the washer pump motor run and should see the washing action. The new pump may be no good (it happens) or something is preventing washer fluid flow such as defective tubing, leaks, etc

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Check the wires at the pump for power.

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SOURCE: windshield washer does not pump fluid

The pump works off the same circuit as the wipers, so it would be same fuse. Most likely the pump is no bad.

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i think the motor is in the bottom of the washer resivore im guessing a little but if i remember right thats where it should be

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92 i dont believe there is you may need to replace the motor

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SOURCE: 1998 Grand Prix GTP windshield washer (full) not pumping fluid

Yes it's easy to do, remove tank pull pump off of tank, and replace pump, Napa has this pump # 6651533 it runs between $14.00 and $20.00 .

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