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2000 ford explorer wiper fluid pump does not work,

Bad fuse? Which one is it cause I don't hve owners manual. If pump is bad where is it located?

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The fuse is located in the inside fuse panel position 12. it is a 7.5 amp fuse and is brown in color. if you cant find the position #12 then check all 7.5 fuses.if no fuse is blown then open the hood and get someone toactivate the washer pump while you lisen for it to run.the pump is located in the bottom of the washer fluid resavor and is usually replaced with the resavor as a assembley.if no blown fuse and u cant hear the pump running then you will need a new pump.if u hear pump running but no fluid is coming out look for a leak in the lines.

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