Question about 2001 Honda Civic
Thank you very much for providing the location of the relays and the windshield washer motor.
Do you have a diagram that shows where the fuse for the washer motor is? I assume one of the fuses under the dash, but the diagram on the cover doesn't indicate which one is for the washer motor. I would like to check the fuse before pulling the wheel and liner off.
Also, do you know which one of the relays are part of the washer motor?
Thanks in advance,
The wiper and washer motors us the same fuse. So if the wipers work, it's not the fuse. The washer motor wiring, the top wire is voltage, bottom wire is ground. As you can see, at the wiper/washer switch, #5 sends voltage for washer motor, you can see the wire colors. If good voltage and ground and no washer action suspect the washer motor. Before replacing anything, make sure the plumbing from washer fluid to windshield is not clogged.
Posted on May 20, 2017
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Under Dash Fuse Relay Box 2001 2005 1 7L Honda Civic
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
These days, most windshield washer pumps are mounted to the bottom of the washer fluid reservoir. Where’s that, you ask? Well, you know that spout you pour the fluid into—the one that disappears into nowhere? Well, the reservoir is actually located inside the front fender between the bumper and the front wheel. To replace the pump, you will have to jack up the vehicle, remove the front wheel and then remove the inner fender liner.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
Typical problem is the pulse board on the wiper motor fails on this year of truck. I have had both a 97 and 98 K1500 and had to replace on both. Sometimes the wipers would work, sometimes they would quit when I was driving. Part is less than $50 at auto parts stores. Follow the instructions included. Requires removing 4-5 torx (star) head screws. Takes less than 10 minutes.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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