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In the solvent washer filler bottle, there is a filter. It pops out the bottom of the bottle. It connects the bottle to the pump. It is in the bottle. Remove the pump, located behind the passenger front tire by popping it out. It just pops in place, and there you will find a rubber seal. Remove it and along comes the filter. It will be gummed up from the soap in the washer solvent. I bought a pump thinking it was bad, it was not. The new pump came with the filter.
I can see where the pump will go bad from working to hard to push the fluid. Maybe clean the filter every year or so. I had this problem and could not find the fix. I stumbeled across it myself. Good Luck. Greg
The windshield washer pump is part of the windshield wash reservior.
There is an electrical connector located on the bottom of the reservior.
That is the pump .
If the pump is not in the reservior. I would just trace the washer fluid lines from the sprayer on the vehicle back to the pump. The lines just might lead back to the reservior for the windshield wash solution. Then you will have confirmed the pump is in the reservior.
You may have to get a new reservior. The pump might not be seperate item, I am not 100% sure on that.
I also would double check the fuses and any relays related to the washer pump.
Finally, I would check the washer switch if you replace the pump and still is not working .