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No washer fluid

I have no fluid squirt out of the front or rear jets. I checked the fuse and its good, i think that the pump may be gone. Any ideas on how to remove the tank so i can replace the washer pump?

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Probably need to remove the tire and inner wheel well liner to gain access to the tank. You might get lucky and get at the pump without having to remove the tank. Unhook the connector and pop the pump out of the rubber grommet. If tank is full, all the fluid will instantly drain out.

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well, i don't know if it was much of a solution. I figured out there was only one resevoir for the front and rear washer fluid...located the hose going to the rear and disconnected it from the electric pump attaced to the resevoir. Once the hose was disconnected i activated the pump and the fluid shot out of the pump indicating it was working. So, i figured it must be some kinda blockage in the hose, i pushed air through the line in hopes that it might work to clear it out...well, don't know if that was the trick but when i reconnected the hose it worked!

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