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Check the fuse. Make sure the hoses are attached to the reservoir and the nozzle where the fluid shoots out. If these are good, then more than likely you have let the reservoir run too low and now the pump is broken. These plastic reservoirs sometimes crack and could leak dry without you knowing it. You should never activate the pump without fluid in it. Most washer fluid pumps are attached or built into the fluid reservoir. You may have to replace both. If you are handy, and the reservoir is easy to access, you can probably change it out yourself. If larger vehicle parts are in the way, you may want to let a mechanic handle it.
open your hood and get close to your washer fluid reservoir and make someone pull washer switch for you if you dont hear any reaction from you fluid pump locates around reservoir means you need to replace that little pump if you hear pump is working but dont spray check clugged spray nozzles or leak some where between reservoir to nozzles inspect lines and check washer system fuse!
Hi Friend: Check your Window Washer Canister 1st.If its Not Leaking You'll Need to Check ALL your Hoses From The Washer Canister to the 2 Spray Nozzles . And also to Your Washere Pump.Or its Posible your Washer Pump its Self has Developed a Leak.More Than likely its a Hose thats Old and Cracked, Just Follow ALL Hoses from The Washer with your Hand and Eyes.Have Someone Get into the Vehicle After You Fill your Washer Resevoir and Have the Turn your Washer On To See if It Reveals your Leak,Hope this Helps You, Please Let Me Know.If its your Canister or Hoses there Not Expensive To Replace. From =d_hubbs
There a small diameter hoses that run the the nozzles for the front and rear windshield. More than likely, one is loose or cracked and is leaking. Do you have good spray on the windshield as you operate it? Is one weaker than the other? - If so, you definitely have a leak in a hose or nozzle.
Another common leak area is around the reservoir edge or near the pump. The pump commonly resides at the bottom of the reservoir.
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washer fluid reservoir is attached to inner fender/bracket by screws.remove screws,hoses,and electrical connectors to inspect reservoir for cracks or faulty seal at washer pump connection;level sending unit.
Generally.....3 things happen. The washer fluid plastic bottle may be cracked....not likely. The pump (and or gasket at the pump) may be leaking ......30%. The rubber hose pushed onto the pump to direct the washer fluid up to the window may have popped off........70% ......most likely.