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Re: windshield washer fluid not spraying
Try standing outside of the vehicle and having someone press the "juice" button and listen to see if the motor is trying to spray. If it is....check to to see if you have contaminents in the windshield wiper fluid reservoir.
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Sounds like the rubber hose broke between the Tee fitting and the spray nozzle. If the nozzles are between the hood and windshield, you may have to remove the wiper arms and the panel under the windshield to get to the hose.
Possible there is fault in the cluster switch , possible that the switch is not contacting according to the intended function to power the front washer and rear washer motors.
You need to check the output or using a multimeter the switch continuity of the wiper cluster switch.
CHECK WIPER FLUID LEVEL FIRST ALL IS GOOD CHECK FOR POWER AT WIPER WASHER PUMP MOTOR.IF NO POWER AT WIPER WASHER MOTOR.CHECK 15 AMP FUSE IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSE RELAY BOX.IF YES YOU ARE GETTING POWER AT WIPER WASHER MOTOR.WIPER WASHER MOTOR FAULTY.
follow the windshield spray nasal water lie to the pump making sure the line is not broken, next do you hear the pump running when you spay the fluid, if not that the pump is faulty, if you do hear the pump running, more likely the windshield spray nasal is clog with debris; to unclog it try to use a clothes needle, poke around in it to see if you can clear the blockage, if not, replace will be the best idea, fairly cheap and easy to replace. those windshield tank and the pump does not have good filter on them and they tend to get clog up in the pump or the spray nasal.
It does not take very much dirt in the washer fluid reservoir to plug the nozzles for the windshield washers. check for dirt in the reservoir and clean out if need be. If you are in below freezing temperatures make sure your washer fluid is good for below freezing. mike