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you add fluid all the time so you do know where the tank is ! (engine bay)
see pump at bottom of tank?
many cars its the same as the wiper fuse.
why no just look at them all, its in the cab fuse box.
if the pump buzzes, it is probably ok, remove hose, does it pump water now? hose at pump is in near bottom of tank.
got a sun roof, they are diffrent
the sun roof , can kill the washer, via the sun roof washer relay cut out.
fuse 18 runs front wiper and washer
the roof premissive relay is FuSe 5 ,marked "wiper-washer" (roof)
now on no roof cars, that is different
fuse 6 runs it all. marked wiper-washer 30amps.
use alldata.com and see it all ... ever bit,
see the no buzz tests
I would use a circuit tester to test for power at your washer pump, if it has power and not engaging the motor is bad and you would need a new windshield washer pump, if it has power and the motor is engaging and nothing is coming out then your washer fluid is empty or the washer nozzles are clogged up, if you have no power at the pump check the fuse that powers that circuit and replace fuse if faulty.
check the fuses which are under the dash on the drivers side if they are good then check to see if you can hear the washer pump working .it could be bad wires at the washer plug from corrosion or even a broken pump connector.it can even be just a bad washer pump needing to be replaced.check for power and grounds at the pump connector,also it could be dirt plugging the hoses.if the pump is working and there is enough washer fluid then blow through the hoses there should be only a little resistance.check for a plugged washer system including the spray nozzles.if all this checks out then you could have a bad washer switch.if there is no power at the pump connection
the washer fluid switch and listen to see if you can hear the pump
making noise. If you can, the try disconnecting the washer fluid hoses
and blowing through them to see if they are clogged. If they dont here
are some steps to diagnose a faulty pump.
Fist find the washer pump, should be located at the bottom of the fluid bottle. Second disconnect the harness from the pump, and hook a test light to both terminals. Third have someone operate the switch for the pump and look to see if the light comes on. If the light does come on then the pump is most likely burnt out. Replace the pump and you should be good to go. If you don't have power trace the ground wire and make sure it is connected, then check your fuses and make sure none are blown.
Check your fuse...for the rear wipers...Now as for the fluid..make sure it's full, because it may not be coming from the front one..you may have a jug located in the back..And if your fuse is good, and you have power to the moter, and the washer fluid pump....Then the washer fluid pump is bad...And you may need a Rear windshield wiper motor...
Pull out the small tube connected to the jet the fluid comes out of and check for any kind of debris, after blowing out the tube try and activate washer before you connect the hose again if no fluid comes out of the tube than that replace the small pump connected to the resivoir thay are about $15.00
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.
try the fuse first. then try sticking a pin into the washer jets. then try having the washer fluid pump/motor replace. if those are not the case, then you need a new switch to operate the pump motor. (a whole new control column)