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Washer fluid not working on drivers side

The washer fluid will not come out on the drivers side but is working fine on the passengers side. This is a 2009 Chevy Cobalt.

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Dirt may have gotten into your washer fluid system and clogged the hose going to your drivers side tubing or nozzle, my suggestion is to take all the drivers side hoses out and force air or water the reverse direction to clear any possible clogs. the hardest part of this job should be finding the tubing because its probably hidden.

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