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Locate windshield washer motor

I have a chrysler town and country 1999 and suspect that the windshield washer motor has failed and would like to replace it but for the life of me I cannot locate it. Can anyone help?? I see the resouvor cramed between the the coolant resouvor and the fender but no sign of the motor???

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I have a 2000 town and country and just replaced my motor. It's easiest to do it you jack up the car on the front passenger side and remove the wheel. Then unscrew the plastic guard underneath the fender. You will have easy access to it then. Place a pan on the ground underneath the reservoir to catch any remaining fluid. Unclasp

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    Hit submit on accident. Unclasp the wiring and then gently pull and twist the motor out of the reservoir. Remove the seal as well. If the new motor came with a seal (it should have) throw away the old seal. Put new seal in reservoir opening, then gently glide new motor into opening until the ridge catches on the ring of the seal. Reattach tubing to motor and then wiring. Put some fluid in reservoir. While car is still up, start vehicle and test to see if it is working properly. Just tap on washer fluid button a few times to make sure any air is expelled. Once you see fluid, turn off car, reattach shield, put tire back on, lower car and remove jack.


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If you lie on the floor under the reservoir and look where the plastic is round under the wheel arch then you will see at the very bottom of reservoir is the offending motor. if you hear it start off but still no water then you mite just have a blockage. caution should be take when taking this off as it will squirt water all overt the place.

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