Question about 1991 Toyota MR2
Disconnect the washer motor from the bottom of the window wash reservoir, but leave the electrical intact. Hit the switch, does it hum? NO? Next run a testlight to the wiring of the pump, there should be a current present when you have an assistant hit the switch on again. If no current, check fuses/relays and the switch itself. Usually you will find something disconnected or a burnt out wash motor. Good luck.
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