Question about 2009 Nissan Frontier
Windshield washer pump won't work - can't hear anything
Check fuse in fuse box inside vehicle,if good,then go to windshield washer pump and disconnect wiring,get meter and check if power is going to pump,if so then pump is at fault,if no power,thenwiring could be short somewhere to fuse box.Also check your washer hoses,that they are not kinked or came loose.Pump could just be loose.
Posted on Jan 04, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take off the wheel well shroud. Firdt remove the front right wheel, it will be easier. Then remove the two screws holding in the tank. Remove the two electrical connectons and small rubber hose. Next (or first) grab the filler tube and twist while pulling it from the tank as it is held in by a rubber gromet. Then pull the tank forward and let it drop down. Nothing else is holding it in except the two screws. Removing the filler tube is a must!
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
hello, i believe the pump is down beside the resivor, where you put the water in, you might be able to see it if you pull driver side wheele off, look right under the frame on the inside, should be bolted on the side of frame or even hooked to the resivor, passenger side
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
On the drivers side of the vehicle just behind the front bumper is the washer fluid reservoir. The washer pumps (2 - one for the back and one for the front) are located ont the face of the reservoir.
1) Drain the resevoir. (You can reuse this fluid, so put it in a clean container)
2) Disconnect the wiring harness for the problem pump.
3) Remove the sprayer line.
4) Remove the pump. It is held in by being snapped into a channel on the resevoir and by the rubber grommet. This may take some elbow grease.
5) Remove the old grommet.(If your new pump came with a new grommet)
Installation is reverse. Usually new pumps come with new grommets. If not, it is ok to reuse the old one.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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