Depending on the age of the battery 4 or more years, then losing it's charge within one week or less, is 99% probability caused by internal corrosion due to trace amounts of impurities within the plates. Save your time & money - buy a new battery!!
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new one on me ,never seen a connection on the side of the pump on a europeon model?? wouldnt surprise me to find that you will have to replace the whole pump ,if it doesnt look lkie its replaceable then i would try cleaning it then applying a coating of araldite to seal it up .But i can honestly say i have never seen a switch on a pump yet ,???? But still their is always a first time for everything
Fords have a common problem with their washer pumps. for the last 12 years ford have fitted a plastic mesh over the inlet to the washer pump, this blocks up with the build up of crystalized washer fluid. fords official protocol says to use a small sharp object the size of a pencil to peirce the mesh and allow the flow of water. Also most washer bottles can be accessed via the front wheel arch. simple undo the fixings and pull the innier plastic wheelarch out the way and pull the pump out of the bottle. they are never fixed in just wedged in.