Question about 2006 Toyota RAV4
For the past 2 years, when temps fall below 38˚ my front wipers won't spray on my 2004 Rav4. The back one sprays fine, no matter how cold it is out. The dealer can't figure out the problem. I bought a new motor, which I've yet to have installed because they told me both wipers work off the same motor. I use top notch wiper fluid (and if it was freezing, then why would the back sprayer work?), and the line has been checked more than once...so I am at a loss for what could be going on. Can you help?
I think the dealer is mistaken, the is a washer jar for the front and one for the rear. be sure fluid is pure, and undiluted. clean out front washer jar, if it has been contaminated with any wrong fluid it will never flush it self out. Second point is front washer pump may have minor seal concern that is only apparent when cold. if first step does not cure, I would recommend repalcing pump. Keep me posted
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