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Location of windshield washer pump fuse - 2003 Toyota ECHO

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SOURCE: windshield washer - fuse location

there no fuse for just the washer it has the wiper on that fuses if you press the washer and wiper start its not the fuse it a bad washer pump pierre

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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The inside fuse panel is located on the passenger side center console. The other fuse block is located under the hood on the drivers side.

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Windshield washer fluid pump quit. 2005 Jetta

I have a 2003 Jetta and the fuse box is between the dashboard and the drivers side door. There is a lid that covers it on the dashboard side. Inside there is a diagram/fuse card. The card has one top rectangular series of fuses numbered 8 through 23. Below is a square series numbered 24 through 44. The washer fuse is number 24 on the top left of the bottom square series. For me, I checked the fuse and it was good, therefore I am assuming that my pump is dead.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 BMW 323i windshield washer fluid won't work

Had the same problem with my 2001 330ci. If not used frequently the pump will get waterlogged and allow fluid to seep into the motor. I was able to disassemble, clean, and rebuild my pump but I would recommend replacing it, it is not expensive at around $20-30 and easy to change.

The washer pump is inserted into a hole on the washer tank itself. It is an interference fit so it will pop out. If you have significant amount of fluid in the tank it will leak out of the hole. There should be one hose connected with a clamp and one electrical connector. I believe there may be a plastic shroud covering it which needs to be unsnapped.

Good luck!

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee's windshield washer is not working.

Check power at the pump motors. You may not see a fuse because some run off a circuit breaker. If all else fails, a bit "backyard" but you likely could break out the washer pumps from the system and make a simple push button on the dash to operate them.

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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If your windshield wipers are working than the fuse is good. The wiper and the washer use the same fuse.

The washer pump will have power to it all the time with the key in the on position. you can disconnect the connector and check this. The washer pump is grounded by the wiper switch. you can check the other wire for continuity to ground with the washer button depressed.

If there is power and ground at the connector than the pump is bad.

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usaully located at the bottom of washer tank where you fill the window washer fluid some have fuses in the fuse box others the wires corrode or break at the pump or pump burnt

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The windshield washer pump is part of the windshield wash reservior.
There is an electrical connector located on the bottom of the reservior.
That is the pump .
If the pump is not in the reservior. I would just trace the washer fluid lines from the sprayer on the vehicle back to the pump. The lines just might lead back to the reservior for the windshield wash solution. Then you will have confirmed the pump is in the reservior.

You may have to get a new reservior. The pump might not be seperate item, I am not 100% sure on that.

I also would double check the fuses and any relays related to the washer pump.

Finally, I would check the washer switch if you replace the pump and still is not working .

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