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check washer fluid level could have frozen water at bottom of tank, check plug in conection, have someone turn it on and try to hear if its humming if it is check hoses make sure not discontected. if still nothing youll need a new washer motor
is it frozen? don't know the temp where you are , but here in Green Bay, Wi. we've had a run of this lately. if that's not the case, then the pump may be running but not able to pump, which will require replacement of the pump motor. good luck!
try and fill up the washer bottle with water for test and use it. if you hear the pump work keep using it till you see where fluid is leaking out. my guess is a hose is broken and all the fluid is leaking out
Windshield washer fluid pump motor has gone bad or the wire leads have corroded, causing no connection. The Windshield washer fluid motor pump is located at the washer fluid canister. Inspect the wire leads and check for 12Volts when turned on. If there is power and the pump does not work, replace the pump.