Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer
How do you change the washer pump fuse
I don't think it has it's own separate fuse, but will share the fuse of another system. Check all fuses.
This failure of the pump however is most likely not a fuse issue, but a simple failure of the pump in 99 percent of failures. Check power to the pump with a multimeter and someone in the car operating the washers. If power is present, then simply replace the pump. Be careful not to split any rubber sealing washers when re-assembling. If stiff to insert, then use a little rubber grease or spit to allow easy insertion.
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