Question about Hyundai Accent
I have a 2009 Hyundai Accent. Front and rear sprayers have both quit at the same time. Can't hear the pump, have checked the fuses and checked for blockages. Seems kind of funny that both pumps would go at the same time? What are the chances of it being electrical, as in the switch maybe? Is there some way I can test this first before shelling out money I can't afford at a really bad time around Christmas???? Here's hoping...
Check your relays. If they both went at the same time then that would be the only reason behind it. I can't tell you which relay it is but they should be labeled. Make sure to get a new relay or swap it with one that is known working(like the AC relay) and go from there. If they start working again, replace the relay.
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Hyundai Accent
Try removing the plastic panel underneath/forward of the RH wheel arch, the washer bottle is there, remove the pump by pulling straight out of the bottle. There is a plug and two hoses connected to the pump. You will probably find the mesh filter is clogged, clean and try it. Some washer pumps have a valve on the side where the hoses connect, do not try to dismantle this,
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
If you dont have access to compressed air and a blow gun , to blow down the jets, then use a needle and try to clear the jets, and then try the wshers, you will have to adjust the jets after. If you still have nothing, or it is very weak, then remove the pipe and blow down it , also with the pipe off, try the washer pump to see if it is pumping strongly, because, although the pump is working/making a noise, it may be too weak, in which case you will need to replace the pump.
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Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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check to see when you operate washer switch see are you getting voltage to washer pumpif your getting power to pump then more than likely pump faulty if no power to pump check switch and lever
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
SOURCE: Washer fluid is not spraying
Front and back have seperate sprayers (and tanks) in most vehicles. Usually built in to bottom of holding tanks. If conditions were really cold and icy as you state, there is a good chance that the wee sprayer holes were obstructed or that the sprayer pump itself was frozen if there was still some summer fluid in the holding tank. If you can get the vehicle into a warm place and let it warm up completely you might find that everything works fine. If you are lucky and that is the case then get rid if the summer fluid and replace with winter fluid. If not then get a replacement pump from dealer or auto supply store. Not difficult to change. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
SOURCE: So my washer fluid on my Hyundai accent wont spray i checked the fuse replaced the pump and still no luck pump wont run i check both the old and new pump with a 12v battery they work !! checked the pl
the switch is burnt out. get one from a wreckers, reverse switch in tranny is sticking. shift in and out of reverse alot of times.
Posted on Mar 09, 2013
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