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My windshield washer motor in my 2003 Hyundai Sonata does not make any noise nor dispense any windshield washer fluid when I turn it on, but the wipers do engage

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A lot of people don't know that the windshield washer fluid system on these sonatas doesn't work by pushing the button on the side of the steering wheel handle. You have to grab the handle and pull it towards you, the driver. Just pushing in the button on the end only makes the windshield wipers swipe across once to remove any debris on the windshield. This can be confusing for many.

Posted on May 29, 2015

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    Just bought a 2003 Sonata and I was one of the confused. Thanks for posting

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Is your wiper fluid level good?Look for leaks at pump,it's connected to container,also check your hoses leaving pump to windshield,could be loose or binding.

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  • Suzanne Urie Dec 12, 2012

    Yes the wiper fluid resevoir is full. There is no noise as is usual when I try to engage the dispenser motor and no fluid comes out, but the wipers move.

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    Thomas Perkins Dec 12, 2012

    Your pump probaly is bad.Here's a link to the pumphttp://www.autozone.com/autozone/parts/T... and

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    Thomas Perkins Dec 12, 2012

    http://www.autozone.com/autozone/parts/T...

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Sounds like a possible bad washer pump or clogged line, washer pump could have blown a fuse as well .have someone check to see if it has a fuse and try that first.

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