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Replacing front windshield washer pump. Where is

Replacing front windshield washer pump. Where is it at on the escape? We know it's on the passenger side, but which tank?

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The front pump is the 1 you want.Carefully raise the right front of the vehicle.Install a jack stand or something that will keep the vehicle in the air,if the jack should happen to slip or loose presure causing the car to fall.
Remove the R.F. wheel and splash shield,then remove the pump.You should wear gloves and safety glasses due to the chemicals in the washer fluid.
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Which fuse controls front windshield wiper pump


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The windshield washer and the rear window washer are activated by the internal wiper motor modules when it receives a ground from the multi-function switch between the washer inputs. Depending on the correct ground, the internal wiper motor modules activate either the windshield washer or rear window washer relays (internal) by grounding the respective relay coil. When either module is activated, it connects voltage to the washer pump while the deactivated module provides ground to the washer pump. In this manner, voltage polarity is reversible to achieve directional change of the washer pump and washer fluid.
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