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Do you hear the washer pump running?
do you smell washer fluid inside/outside the car after using it?
do you see any trace amounts coming from the nozzle?
do you live in an area where it gets below freezing?
did you use a fluid that could withstand the cold?

when you give some more details the answer will be more detailed :)

Posted on Feb 15, 2014

Testimonial: "Thanks for the info,the answers are:-yes I can hear the washer pump, there is no smell inside or outside the car. No sign of any trace amounts,the temp has not dropped below freezing and the fluid is always a strong mix. I think it must be a blocked jet but I dont know how to remove the high level brake light unit"

  • janman Feb 16, 2014

    hmm. can you reach the hoses going to the nozzle and check to see that its not a blocked pump intake or hose first (fluid coming from disconnected hose/outlet or not) (engine room). i usually use compressed air to unblock washer nozzles (this can pop the hoses off the connectors in tight places so be careful if you do this)


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