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Windshield wiper fluid does not squirt out

Windshield wiper fluid stopped squirting out.
fluid resevoir is full. pump sounds like it is working

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Go to a service station with an air compressor and with the air turned down to about 20 lbs blow into the washer top small hole to force fluid thru the hoses,not a lot of pressure so you blow hoses off or rupture something

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