Question about Cars & Trucks
The nozzle's are probably blocked , use a thin pin to unblock
Posted on Nov 09, 2014
Check under hood to make sure it's attached to valve. Use needle to poke through both holes on top.
Posted on Nov 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Washer spray on back windshield
i've actually had this issue with one of my cars. there are tiny spray nossles, that can pivot, from which the water shoots out of to hit the windshield. you need to find something slim and sharp like a bobby pin and place the tip into the exit hole where the water shoots out. gently pivot the nossle towards the area where you want the water to hit the wind shield. be careful not to push the pin too much into the nossle. you may warp the nossle tip and the water my spray out in an undesireable fashion.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
SOURCE: My 2006 Kia Spectra's windshield
I have the same problem with my '06 Spectra 5. I haven't noticed the knocking sound though. The weird thing is my rear window washer works fine which leads me to believe that the washer pump is still OK but what do I know :D
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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 there is a hum when you press the washer button but no fluid than try cleaning the holes where the fluid comes out if that don't work than try replacing the supply hoses. If there is no hum than first check the fuses and if they arn't blown than you more than likly have a faulty motor. Both? unlikely but not impossible. Good luck.
Posted on May 17, 2009
You have a broken brake line or a wheel cylinder has blown. Do not drive because you may not have emergency brakes now and only have front brakes. Pull cover off of master cylinder located on the drivers side under hood remove hood and look in the reservoir by removing the cap. you will see the rear will not have fluid in it. You do not want to drive unless you have no choice, in that case fill the reservoir up with fluid so that you do not damage the master cylinder, do not drive it far and if you want to do it yourself I can give you instructions on how to do this. Right now you will have to buy two wheel cylinders and replace the rear brakes. The wheel cylinders are $21.00 each a shop will charge you about 40% more to cover there cost to get the parts and give you a warranty. And the brakes will cost you around $50.00 for medium quality and if you drive and destroy the master cylinder it will cost you up to $200.00 starting from $79.00 shoes will cost up to $40.00 for the rear set. Then they will have to bleed system, if they don't have to replace the master cylinder it will cost an average of $250.00 with parts and labor. Thanks for using fix-ya and rate if helpful.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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