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2002 dodge windshield washer

Windshield washer work great when stopped, slowing or in park, don't work when accelerating- fluid tank is full

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I would look towards a wiring problem near or between the engine and the pump. I would also check the motor mounts. The engine will move as torque is applied and released, (accel, park, and decel). Perhaps a chaffed wire or a wire that is loosing contact due to stretching from the connector because of movement of the engine.

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