Question about 1997 Toyota Corolla
I assume that you are talking about the windshield washer pump. The fuse for the washer pump is the same as the wiper fuse; they share the same fuse. If your wipers work, and your pump does not, you ned to order a washer pump and replace it. Easy to do; just unbolt the bottle, raise it up, yank off the old pump and pop the new pump on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I am assuming you don't have the owners manual?
you can go directly to the toyota owners website and download a manual, and find the fuse panel diagram for your friends car.
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