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Windshield wiper fluid wont come out..

I refilled my wiper fluid, and it wouldn't come out... I had to blow the lines they work now but this is my second time blowing out the lines..the pump is working

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Take a pin, the thinner the better, and gently insert into the ends of the sprayer holes. Remove pin and spray. Redo as needed. The holes are subject to all the elements and debris and that is where they clog and erode. You can also align the sprayers by inserting the pin and gently moving to desired location of spray. NOTE: do not try to adjust / align while spraying :)

If this does not work you may have a weak pump and if you do not want to replace, dilute wiper fluid slightly.

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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

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