The windshield washer pump in my 1995 Chevry Astro is not working. Fuse is okay and I don't even hear it trying to work when I try it. Where would the pump be located and hiow hard are they to replace?
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check front washer pump fuse.if fuse okay problem could be washer switch bad use a 12 volts test light see if washer motor getting power if yes washer motor faulty.if no your fuse okay you have open circuit at fuse box to switch.
Check fuse in fuse box inside vehicle,if good,then go to windshield washer pump and disconnect wiring,get meter and check if power is going to pump,if so then pump is at fault,if no power,thenwiring could be short somewhere to fuse box.Also check your washer hoses,that they are not kinked or came loose.Pump could just be loose.
Can you hear the pump when you try the windshield washer? If not you may need a new pump. Before doing that I would trace the washer hose from the reservoir to the wiper blades or the little jets. These may be you problem but you should be able to tell if the pump is running first. I wold also check the fuse box and make sure it is not simply a blown fuse.
Just saw your post as I was having the same problem. The fuse that you need to look at is #37. I changed that fuse and everything was all good. Apparently the headlight washer pop-ups can freeze up in cold weather and blow the fuse.
I just fixed the wifes 2006 Impala, windshild washer. If you look at the manual, under the hood fuse panel, you will find two fused identified as windshild wiper. The one at the bottom is the washer pump. They even conviently provide a spare (10 amp) fuse just below it. swap out and ops check okay. Hope this helps.
Check power at the pump motors. You may not see a fuse because some run off a circuit breaker. If all else fails, a bit "backyard" but you likely could break out the washer pumps from the system and make a simple push button on the dash to operate them.
usually it's in the washer bottle which is usually in the fender well, ahrd to get to.
The fuse that controls it should be listed in your owners manual. Usually a 10 amp fuse in the fuse panel inside the car usually on the instrument panel somewhere.