Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander
The resevoir is located under the right front fender behind the fender guard. this is the best way i can describe this sittuation as i am not a mechanic.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: its a 1997 montero sport
After you have checked all the fuses.
Please check the FUSE # 9 15amp. Is the fuse for the front wiper.
Behind left side of dash.
I'm watching the DIAGRAM for your wipers.
And I found. the relay, But is part of the Wiper Switch. on steering column.
With a Test light. check the BLUE wire for POWER 12V.
ON the wiper motor connector.
If yes try to hit softly with a metal piece.
With the wiper switch on. and ignition on.
If work you need to replace the wiper motor.
And letme know if work. or not.
OK> I hope this help on your problem.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
You need to remove the door panel of the taildoor to access the wiper motor itself. Then, with either a meter or a test light, you can verify that the motor is getting the correct power and ground to allow it to run. Most older Monteros are pretty easy to work on with regards to door panel trim removal. You need to have a panel removal tool to gently lift the trim panel away from the door itself. These tools are generally pretty generic ,and available at many better equipped auto parts stores. They're almost always a flat metal tool that's pretty thin, you use them like a putty knife or a gentle pry bar, slipping them behind the trim panel and gently prying a small section of the panel away from the metal door to release the hold of the plastic trim clips that attach the door trim panel to the door itself. These panel clips are usually arranged in a perimeter fashion around the back of the trim panel. You may need to also remove some screws or bolts that hold trim pieces to the door or a pull handle. Once you get all of the 'extra' parts removed from the door, then try removing the door panel with that removal tool, noting if any of the plastic clips break in the process.
Get the door panel off and we'll help you test the wiper motor next.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
try tighting the wiper motor bolts there is one that is the ground for the motor they loose contact sometime and you may just be able to tighten it
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
go to a place with compressed air and blow VERY EASY on both the hose off the reservoir and then back through the washers on the windshield outputs, but NOT too hard of air pressure so you don't split hoses or blow them off
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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