Question about 2006 Dodge Magnum
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?
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.
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is likely your FCM which is a module that is attached to the
front of your fuse box . Go here for more info http://www.topix.com/forum/autos/dodge-grand-caravan/TFGKS9O3LLH1ABOBM
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
SOURCE: Rear window washer not working.
it could a blockage at the spayer outside .take a safety pin and poke in the small hole outside.
to check the button remove,it from the dash take a
12volt tester check to make sure you have poweon one side
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
If you have check every thing else, then it is the Windshield Washer Pump that you have to check. The washer pump is located through the front passenger side wheel well. The last time I change it the price was about $12.00 for the pump.
Take it apart and test the connection, to make sure there is power to the Pump. If there e is no power the there is an electrical problem else where.
Track it down and try fix it and try again.
If there is power and the pump do not work then go head and change it.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
SOURCE: The windsheild washer fluid is
unplug the washer pump electrical connector use a 12V test light to test for power when you operate the washer switch if you have power make sure you have gound put one end of the test light in one sie of the connector and one end of the testlight in the other side of the connector don't let the two touch operate the pump if the light works the pump is bad.
Please give me a fixya if this information is helpful to you. Thank You Randy
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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 line...so, 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!
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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