Question about Saturn Ion
Posted by Anonymous on
I've had the same problem with mine. It seems that the nozzles are freezing up. If I park mine in the garage (usually reserved for the wife's car) after my washer stops working, it's working fine in the morning. Plus, it only happens to me during the winter.
If you have a semi-heated garage space to park the car, there's a solution. Otherwise, I don't know what to say.
Best of luck!
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
Where the hose connects to the reservoir that is the location of the pump. You will have to remove the washer fluid resivoir in order to replace the pump. Remove the hose and blow through it to make sure the orifice is not just clogged with wax.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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