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Washer fluid doesn't come out when button pushed on turn signal

I don't hear anything when I push the winshield washer button and nothing comes out even though the resovior is full

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If the fuse is not blown, the pump assembly needs replacement.
Verivy 12VDC at the pump when switch activated.
Check your manual or back of the fusebox for location of the washer fuse.

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