Question about 2006 Ford F-150
Could it be just frozen, if so how can I get it working again?
Probably not frozen or both sides would not work. Remove the hose where it attaches to the spray nozzle. Try the pump again. If solution comes out then all you need to do is unplug the spray nozzle. Hook the hose back up. Use a very small pin that you can place into the spray nozzle hole. Gently insert it in to the spray nozzle and work it around a little. Try the pump again and you should get solution flowing again.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: my windshield washer do not work
listen 4 motor noise replce washer pump
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
Testimonial: "yes, the washer pump was damaged, easy to replace it's uusaly located in the right side of car cover by the from bumper "
SOURCE: my driver side windshield wiper
The wipers on our 2005 Impala would also park in the vertical position. I was perplexed b/c the tab on the wiper motor mounting bracket was not bent down out of alignment. As it turned out, I was simply able to lubricate the spring loaded arm mechanism (in this case on top of the wiper motor/transmission), and this corrected the problem.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
You will need to remove the plastic vent to access the motor. The motor should be held in by 2 or 3 bolts.
If the motor turns and wiper doesn't, that means the motor shaft is stripped and you will have to pull arm off shaft and use JB Weld and place on shaft , than replace arm and let dry for a day. OR replace motor.
Posted on May 06, 2009
Did you check the fuse to make sure it is not blown?Normally you can hear it try to work by having the hood open while you stand there and have someone try it. It is full and fuse is good and it is trying to pump then either the pump is working but not really pumping anything or what I suspect is more likely is that the spray nozzles are clogged with wax. This is very common and I have seen it time and time again. Remove one of the rubber hoses from a spray nozzle and see if it it pumping out fluid. If it is not, then the pump is bad and must be replaced. It it is pumping fluid then the nozzles are clogged. Use a fine needle to clean out the nozzles. You may have to take the nozzle off in order to clean it throughly. More than likely once you probe inside the nozzles with the needle they will start working. If you end up having to remove the nozzles, and they are metal, which they normally are, you can place them in a pan of boiling water. This will for sure clean them out. The hot water will soften the wax and make it easy to pick and blow out. Have a great 2010, and good luck getting your washer fixed.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
Testimonial: "Super. While I had some idea about nozzles, pump, etc, you've spelled it out for me. Thanks. "
There should be a fuse or relay for both under the hood. Usually in a black plastic box located on the left side of the engine compartment on or near the fender well. Remove the cover from the box and check the appropriate relay or fuse. There should be a diagram of the fuses and relays in the top cover.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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