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Stand by the washer reservoir under the hood while someone operates the washers. The headlights must be in the on position for the sprayer to work. Attached to the reservoir will be 2 washer pumps. On pump is for the windshield washer, the other for the headlight washer. They are interchangeable for testing. The reservoir can be removed after removing the 2 black speed nuts. (use a 10mm socket and ratchet). Also make sure the grommet with screen under each pump is not full green algae. Your pump has most likely failed.
CHECK THE SUPPLY TUBES FROM THE PUMP TO THE SPRAY HEADS. SOME TIMES FINE PARTICALS OF DIRT WILL STOP THESE UP REMOVE THE HOSE FROM UNDER THE HOOD AND USE COMPRESSED AIR AND BLOW FROM THE SPRAY HEADS BACK TO THE OPEN HOSE TO CLEAN OUT THE DIRT IF THIS DOSN'T WORK LEAVE THE HOSE OFF AND TRY THE WASHER WITH OUT THEM HOOKED UP SEE WHAT KIND OF FLOW YOU GET FROM THE PUMP IF IT IS VERY LOW THE PUMP IS BAD
If you have used ANYTHING beside windshield solvent in you reservor, you may have created WAXING from soap in the bottom of washer tank, which clogs pump,lines, and nozzel....take the tank out and wash it..disconnect washer hoses at nozzel and clear with compressed air along with the nozzel...if you use solvent only you may have a worn washer pump or restriction...check those and good luck.....