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Windshield wiper fluid won't come out

I just changed the windshield wiper fluid, but now nothing comes out when I try to spray it.

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Go to a place with compressed air and blow VERY EASY on both the hose off the reservoir and then back through the washers on the windshield outputs, but NOT too hard of air pressure so you don't split hoses or blow them off

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I just used a bike pump worked great

Posted on Feb 13, 2010

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    remove the little tubes that run from washer reserveve to wiper blade arm. and clean out by blowing air through it with by using a new mouth straw over it (bike pump works too if no straw)

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