Question about 2000 Chevrolet Venture
Can't get the front windshield wiper to spray. Rear window spray works fine. On the "water" resevoir fill up tank are 2 motors, one for the rear sprayer and one for the front windshield; I've disconnected the front's motor and disassembled it so the mini motor is visible and reconnected it with it's original power source from the vehicle and the motor spins strong and fast. Assembled the motor again and connected again and still no spray. Disconnect all rubber lines and blew compressed air through to clear any sand or debris that may have been clogging them but still no spray on the windshield. Any one have an idea why I can't get it to spray liquid?
If it shoots from the pump without lines connected, then there has to be blockage somewhere. You mentioned you blew the lines out, did you blow directly back through nozzles themselves?
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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