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Washer fluid is not spraying. changed the pump and fuses but still isn't getting power to the pump

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Well u didn't metion the make and model , but are you sure the power isn't getting to motor ?? as it might be getting there but motor just isn't running, reason I say this as this time of year I get a lot of folks telling me there washer wont work and I find they filled it with too much water not enough solvent and it froze solid , breaking the pump and sometimes the container ! (water expands when it freezes) folks seem to forget that !!

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