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Windscreen washer tube has come apart from the pump where is the pump

ONE OF MY WASHER TUBES HAS COME AWAY FROM THE PUMP HOW DO I GET TO THE PUMP

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Usually the pump is at the bottom of your washer reseviore (behind the right front wheel-well liner (up front). You want to find out more (like wiring diagrams, location of components, etc.) go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register. You'll have access to more information than you want.

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