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
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Find a heated garage, you need to thaw out he lines, or use a hair dryer if you can follow the line path. When working, drain all the fluid by holding down the spray button on the car. Go and buy he heavy duty washer fluid with the lowest freezing point you can buy and refill your washer reservoir with it. Don't add any water
Most likely you had water in the reservoir and it froze.
well your problem is not a pin, the clip is a pain in the arse, flip the whiper arm out away from the windshield, push down on the clip and wiggle it with gentle force down toward the windshield being careful not too hit the windshield with your hands, it does take a little force too wiggle it off though.........