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Check fuse.

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Hi my name is Tom and I am here to help.

I hope you mean the fluid is not getting to the wipers. I suggest that you take the hose off of the washer pump and blow through the hose. This should cause fluid to come out of the pin holes at the wipers.

If not, you can take a needle and poke the holes at the wipers and that should open them. Be careful if you make the holes too big you will not have enough pressure to spray the windshield.

You may have a faulty wiper motor. To test this have someone push the spray and listen to see if the motor engages. If not then you must check the motor by running wires from the battery directly to the pump. If it works, then the problem is in the electrical line to the pump.

This is the best I can do with the information at hand.
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