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Windshield washer problem

Hi, replaced pump on my windshield washer unit and now it just dribbles out of the line, no pressure

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    Alex Jarema May 11, 2010

    Check if the nozzle is not blocked by any dirt particulars.

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Disconnect the line at the pump and see if there is adiquate flow and pressure. If so reconnect and check for a kink in the line. If not try and back wash the system, meaning disconnect at the pump and force the water in the opposite direction from the lines in an attempt to dislodge any thing that may have gotten stuck in the line.

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