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Re: Windshield Washer pump

I tested the pump and the connectors in my 95 accord. The pump works but the connector has no power to it even with the windshield wipers working and mist on. I was wondering if the switch itself could be the problem or would I have to replace the entire wiring system for the windshield washer pump to work.


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Check your fuse.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

  • SometiMechan Sep 04, 2011

    Take off the switch. After you take off the steering cover around the steering column, there are two screws on the switch, then you will need a small flat head screw driver, insert it into the side to get the switch out. Disconnect the switch from the wiring harness. From the back of the switch, there are eight connectors. From the upper left hand corner, count it as number one, moving to your right as number two, then three and four. On the lower row, the bottom left hand corner, count it as nmber five, moving to you right as number six, then seven and eight. Connect a wire or wrap a wire around number 7 (postive 12 volt) and wrap a wire around number 1 (the pump), and reconnect the switch to the wire harness. Contact these two wires, if the pump works, then it is the switch. Since you have these two wires, you can connect a momentary switch and by-pass that part of the broken switch.

  • SometiMechan Sep 04, 2011

    Take off the switch. After you take off the steering cover around the steering column, there are two screws on the switch, then you will need a small flat head screw driver, insert it into the side to get the switch out. Disconnect the switch from the wiring harness. From the back of the switch, there are eight connectors. From the upper left hand corner, count it as number one, moving to your right as number two, then three and four. On the lower row, the bottom left hand corner, count it as nmber five, moving to you right as number six, then seven and eight. Connect a wire or wrap a wire around number 7 (postive 12 volt) and wrap a wire around number 1 (the pump), and reconnect the switch to the wire harness. Contact these two wires, if the pump works, then it is the switch. Since you have these two wires, you can connect a momentary switch and by-pass that part of the broken switch.

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My wiper motor only works on high and stops were ever the wipers are at. And the washer motor doest #39;t work


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