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The washer fluid container is full, but the fluid won't spray when I pull on the stick to dispense fluid on the windows so wipers will clean them. What should we do? I don't want to spend big bucks getting this fixed, but live in the rural midwest--where there are still lots of bugs on my windshield from my daily commute.

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    When you pull the stick can you hear the pump working inside the container.

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The hoses conecting the pump tothe wipers could be plugged or the pump could be broken i would take it to a mecanic and explain the promblem it shouldnt very much if it ijust plugged

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