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the washer fluid also cools and lubricate the washer fluid pump.
You might have 2 problems, either the washer fluid pump got burned because there was no washer fluid during operation attempts, or it caught air in the line.
front or rear washer
front remove tank, turn up side down , pump pulls out bottom.
just follow the hose to the pump and it should be obvious whats needs to be done, "gain access to it"
pumps can be removed an cleaned and bench tested.
avoiding long 2 week delay from now DEAD GEO parts counters.
most times it just dirty if silent and packed in crud.
Check wires that goes from fuse box to washer pump . Also check the plug the attatches to the pump it self , when checking it make sure you check the voltage and ground while operating it . That is because its momentarily powerd , also check ground signal from switch .
Just the washer fluid pump is not working? It will have a separate pump for the front and back washers. If it is not a fuse problem then it may be a dead pump. You can check the connection by putting a voltage tester on the pump plug and activating the switch, see if you get power there. If you do, then remove and test the pump. If that is faulty .. replace.
Pull resivior and see if it gelled up around screen for pump motor.Cheaper washer solvents tend to do this,If so you can clean screen and it should be ok.Note sometimes you can look down in liquid with flashlight and see gell in resivior.
You will need a test light/probe to check wether you have power to the windscreen washer bottle motor.If you have power at the motor and it doesnt pump you will need to replace it.Because the wipers are still working its unlikely to be a power supply issue.Can you hear the motor trying to pump when you activate it?If you can hear motor humming then you may have blocked nozzles.Usualy a small sewing needle poked down the squirter nozzles will clear them.Also make sure your water squirter hoses are not blocked and havnt fallen off.