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Windshield wiper fluid won't spray with full reservoir on 2003 mercedes benz ml320

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the windshield washer pump might be bad. It should be located somewhere on the reservoir

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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it might be in the motor pump or line is clog can you work the hose

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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You seem to have the motor not working or there is not any power going to the washer pump motor. Check the fuse in the box first.
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SOURCE: Windshield wiper fluid won't squirt

When you pull the lever to activate the windshield washers, do you hear any type of sound coming from under the hood?  A whirring sound should be heard from the little electric pump that feds the washers.
If you can hear the whir, then you should look for a possible clog in the washer hoses (there is more than one...).
If you cannot hear the whirr, then you should check the fuse that protects the windshield washer circuit.  Check your owner's manual for the location and correct amperage for this circuit.
Good luck!

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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SOURCE: The windshield wiper fluid reservoir is full, but

Could be plug hose or bad washer motor check make sure you have voltage at washer motor with test light, have some one turn on washer motor, if you have voltage there and motor don't turn on bad motor, if motor turn' on disconnect hose and see if fluid squirt out, could be plugged hose replace as needed.

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