Question about 2003 Pontiac Sunfire
First i would check the fuses make sure they are all okay. then i would go under the hood and remove the bottle here you have the washer fluid going in to. then disconnect the electrical connetor. With someone inside have them operate the switch and with a test light check for power and ground. If both are present, then replace the window washer pump. If everything else if fine and you can hear the pump working/buzzing, then i would check to see if there is a leak in a hose some where. again, have someone operate the switch for you and you go under the hood, and check the hoses and see where its running out of, and if so, replace the hose and recheck the system. repeat if necessary. good luck!
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
I also had this problem and replaced the wiper pump attached to the reservoir but this did not fix my problem.In my case the solution turned out to be a clog in the rubber gasket/filter that the pump plugs into.cleaned it out with water. and it worked
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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