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Disconnect the hose over on the passenger's side and make sure it's pushing fluid. If it's not then you'll have to change the pump (little access panel under passenger's fender). If so, then the nozzles may be plugged. With the hose disconnected still, blow air into the washer nozzel(s) and try them again.
If you have used ANYTHING beside windshield solvent in you reservor, you may have created WAXING from soap in the bottom of washer tank, which clogs pump,lines, and nozzel....take the tank out and wash it..disconnect washer hoses at nozzel and clear with compressed air along with the nozzel...if you use solvent only you may have a worn washer pump or restriction...check those and good luck.....
Recommend remove nozzel and clean,also recommend remove resivior pump and clean screen,may have solvent jelling up.Very comon when using cheaper solvent.note always use an alchohol base solvent in resivior and make sure water jug is clean.