Question about 2005 GMC Yukon Xl Denali
Wiper will not dispense fluid on the passenger side but the drivers side does
Either sprayer clogged /frozen or rubber line broken or damaged remove line and see if fluid comes out if it does than nozzle clogged if not than remove trim and check fluid line for damage
Posted on Mar 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Window washing System
I would check the fliud resvervior also for sediment in the bottom.
The vehicle is an 08. I would think the vehicle is under factory warranty . 36/36.
You may have a faulty washer pump from the factory.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: Window washing System
remove the hose from the washer nozzle and see if a good stream of liquid comes out, if it does the nozzle is plugged, if it doesn't then the hose is kinked somewhere, look for where it goes to nozzle.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
If you've got one wiper that works and the other that doesn't ...check the linkage that connects the two wipers together... it should be in the cowling ... look to see if you can remove the plastic cowl covers and operate the wipers... you may not need to replace anything but a cotter pin and a washer on the linkage!
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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Look at the fluid canister, You will see a hose that leads to the hood and splits to the right and left. The hose that leads to the pass. side could be clogged up or the fluid jet that fluid comes from could be clogged up. Disconnect the hose from the pass side jet, and see if fluid comes out when turning on. If so, then the jet is the problem. These can be bought from a parts store, but will not be OEM. the front and back are controlled with one pump, which I don't think is the problem. The rear may be the same problem, try doing the same as you do for the front. Sometimes the car wash soap you use or wax can build up and block the jet hole up.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
Check windshield wiper motor module to make sure connection is fully snapped in to place and wires are not bent or loose. New module is around $35.
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
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