Question about 1998 Honda Odyssey
A likely source of the problem is a plugged line or nozzle. Nozzle is easiest problem to fix. Disconnect hose is you have access and see if water pumps. If it does then replace or clean nozzle. Cleaning nozzles may or may not be easy.
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just the washer fluid pump is not working? It will have a separate pump for the front and back washers. If it is not a fuse problem then it may be a dead pump. You can check the connection by putting a voltage tester on the pump plug and activating the switch, see if you get power there. If you do, then remove and test the pump. If that is faulty .. replace.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
Hi, First check that you have wash liquid in tank. second make sure that it will not freeze by putting alcohol in your mix of water and soap. You can buy it already mixed at most service stations. Check pump for corosion on contacts.
Posted on Dec 15, 2011
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