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The washer fluid pump is located on the side or bottom of the washer fluid tank. Removing the tank may be required to get to the pump. It just pops in or out of the rubber seal after removing the connector and hose. Any parts store should have a new one...$15 to $20 bucks.
The washer pump runs off the same fuse as the wipers. If the wipers are working the fuse is good.
What you can do is locate the washer pump in the washer fluid resevoir. You will need to remove some splash panels under the car to get at it. Unplug the connector. One wire should have 12 volts to it anytime the washer button is depressed. The other wire should be grounded all the time. If that checks out the washer pump is bad.
If you don't have power than I would check for power out of the wiper/washer switch. If there is no power there than the switch is bad. If there is power than there is a wiring issue in between the switch and the washer pump.
With the washer pump lugged in you can try to tap it while somebody turns on the washers. If it starts to work than replace it.
your rear wiper motor might be faulty,in the front i would check your fluid level-if it is full and you hear the pump running-check your washer lines to see if they are pinched-usually around where the hood closes