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No wash capability with the rear wiper

The rear wiper assemby works but when I try to wash the window nothing squirts from the nozzle and yiou can hear the motor running. The reservoir is full

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Remove the hose from the nozzle and see if anything comes out of the hose. If it does, then use fine wire (like a strand from a multi-strand wire) and push it through the nozzle to clear it. if nothing comes from the hose (and the line isn't frozen) check the filter screen on the pump.

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