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Front windshield washer motor does not work.

I have a 2002 Chrysler Voyager. The front windscreen washer motor has stopped working. I have checked the relays and fuses, all appear to be OK. My next step will be to locate the motor, I assume it is in the washer reservoir, don't know how to get to it, and connect 12 volts to the motor isolating the problem to the motor or the wiring. I have also checked all of the fluid delivery hoses and they are all clear. How do I get to the motor / remove the fluid tank. What is your opinion of my approach and it there a better way to do this.? ?
Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.

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  • captainlou Jan 21, 2009

    Thanks for the response however I still am not sure how to get to the tank. Do remove the air cleaner housing and get to it from the top or do I have to remove the passenger side inner fender well and get to the tank from below. ? ? ? ?


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It should be located at the bottom of the tank held in by a rubber grommet. I think the best way to get to it is to remove the tank, sorry if this doesn't help much. Since I work at a Chrysler dealer I will try to get a better way for you tomorrow at work, and a price of the new pump in case that is the problem.

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  • kris Jan 08, 2009

    5019244AA is the part number for the pump and it cost $65.15


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