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use a tiny needle to cleardirt on the holes on the sprayand nozzles you can even adjust the nozzles using the very same neddle by moving the needle to the correct direction that you like it to spray . Pull the hose off the nozzle and check water pressure and see if fluid comes outt, the line may loose pressure or blocked, not the nozzle.
If the line is good than revert back to adjust the spray nozzle using the niddle by putting niddle in the holes of the nozzle and adjust by moving it up and down or left to right it must work..
Most likely the pump (motor) is gone and needs replacement. However, it is worth checking that fuse allocated to windscreen washer is intact. Furthermore, you may also need to check the wiring for flow of current at lever end (handle on the steering wheel) and wires connecting to pump on the water reservoir.
Remove cover from rear wiper arm (it is covering the wiper arm nut) gently ease off the plastic moulding in the middle of the nut try squirters if water is coming out unblock the water jet holes in the plastic moulding
Take off the pipe at the pump then use the washer switch and see if the water sprays out. To check if the pump is working you will need someone to use the switch while you hold your hand on the pump you should feel or hear the pump working. If the pump is going but no water spraying blow back through it and try again. If it dosent work then you will probably need a pump.
Not unless it was blowing like stink. Was a rear window left open? Water could get in around the rear window and find it's way there. Have someone spray the car with a hose while you're in it or ride back there through a car wash. Have a friend help and you buy the treat.
Are you sure the smell comes from the washer water and not the air conditioner? If the washer water smells you will smell it strongest on the windscreen on the outside of the car. Check this to be sure you have located the source of the smell.
Commonly smells inside the car come from the air conditioner because there is mould growing on the air filters. These can be taken out and cleaned to get rid of the smell. Look in your user manual for guidance on how to do it.