Question about 2006 Jeep Liberty
Check the fuse. Make sure the hoses are attached to the reservoir and the nozzle where the fluid shoots out. If these are good, then more than likely you have let the reservoir run too low and now the pump is broken. These plastic reservoirs sometimes crack and could leak dry without you knowing it. You should never activate the pump without fluid in it. Most washer fluid pumps are attached or built into the fluid reservoir. You may have to replace both. If you are handy, and the reservoir is easy to access, you can probably change it out yourself. If larger vehicle parts are in the way, you may want to let a mechanic handle it.
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
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