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WIper fluid does not flow

I have a 2005 Pontiac G6 GT. My windshield wiper fluid comes out of the driver side only, and even on that side it barely comes out. Does not reach the window. What could be causing this?

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  • curran700 Jan 16, 2009

    Thank you, I will try this, this weekend!!!!

  • curran700 Jan 16, 2009

    Thank you very much.

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Look under the hood have someone push the washer on see if you have a leak if so fix the leak if not take the hose off the pump pust see if it has pressure if not replace if it does have pressure follow the hose to the "Y"where 1 hose becomes 2 hoses remove the single side press the washer see if you have pressure if not replace hose if pressure is good remove the other two hoses check the "Y" if no pressure replace "Y" continue this till you reach the final outlet if you find no problems clean or replace the two outlets.hope this helps you if i can help more fell free to contact me via E-MAIL @ royhreno9@yahoo.com

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Hi Curran

Usual problem is that the jets nozzles become blocked.

Get a small sewing needle, and clear the jet, preferably when a friend operates the washers.

If this is not successful you will need to pull the feed hose off the jet body, and once again operate to check for blockage or a kinked pipe.

Good Luck !

John.

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