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How to reconnect the hose on my windshield wipers to spray windshield washer fluid correctly

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Is this the type that runs through the hood and the hole is so small you can run a piece or wire thread like a needle and tape or tie to hose or are they just pulled apart

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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In my 2007 Saturn Vue there is what I think is an air pump which is cracked that one port is not connected to anything.


There is a electric motor that pumps washer fluid . Located in the bottom of the washer fluid tank .
Wash Operation (Front and Rear Wipers)
The front and rear washer systems use the same windshield washer fluid pump. When either the front or rear wiper is in the washer position voltage will be supplied to one side of the windshield washer fluid pump (depending on whether it is front or rear), while the other side of the pump is grounded.
At this point, the windshield washer fluid pump sprays solvent onto the windshield. When the front or rear washer is activated, the BCM receives an input from the switch that is activated. The BCM will control the wipers while in the WASH mode. The BCM will control either the front wiper relay or the rear wiper relay to turn on the wipers. The windshield wipers operate at low speed for 3 swipes and returns to the park position.

When turning on the washers do you hear the motor run ? Have some one try it while you listen at the washer fluid tank ! These pump motors do go bad .
turn OFF the ignition.
Disconnect the harness electrical connector of the windshield washer fluid pump.
Connect a test lamp from the windshield washer pump control circuit to a good ground .
Turn ON the ignition, with the engine OFF.
Press the front washer switch.
Does the test lamp illuminate?
YES or NO !

Nov 18, 2016 | Saturn Cars & Trucks

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Replaced washer pump and still no pressure


For front windshield, the hoses are usually easy to locate and replace. This is cheap hose so replace it. Other issues are that the spray nozzles can freeze if you don't have correct fluid in them. Most of these can also be replaced, but this may be harder depending on the location. I don't know on your car, but many modern cars have these attached to the wiper arms, so it may be very easy.

Jan 15, 2015 | 1991 Lincoln Continental

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My 2006 Dodge Dakota windshield washer fluid does not spray. I checked the washer pump and it works. The fuses are all good. And the wipers work. When I press the windshield washer button inside the truck...


If the pump works, something should be flowing thru the hose to the spray nozzles.
And if the pump works, everything electrical is working.
How do you know the pump works ?

Apr 14, 2013 | 2006 Dodge Dakota

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My saturn sc1 1999 stopped spraying washer fluid out of the driver side, the passenger side sprays fine. How can I fix this?


Sounds like the rubber hose broke between the Tee fitting and the spray nozzle. If the nozzles are between the hood and windshield, you may have to remove the wiper arms and the panel under the windshield to get to the hose.

Jan 31, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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My wiper will work but it will not spray washer fluid anymore. Any suggestions?


CHECK WIPER FLUID LEVEL FIRST ALL IS GOOD CHECK FOR POWER AT WIPER WASHER PUMP MOTOR.IF NO POWER AT WIPER WASHER MOTOR.CHECK 15 AMP FUSE IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSE RELAY BOX.IF YES YOU ARE GETTING POWER AT WIPER WASHER MOTOR.WIPER WASHER MOTOR FAULTY.

Dec 31, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Suburban

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Windshield wiper fluid won't come out


go to a place with compressed air and blow VERY EASY on both the hose off the reservoir and then back through the washers on the windshield outputs, but NOT too hard of air pressure so you don't split hoses or blow them off

Feb 04, 2010 | 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse Coupe

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The windshield washer fluid will not come out, but it isn't frozen. What could be the problem?


you need to disconnect the washer hose from the wiper and see if it will spray out hose,if it does the spray nozzles are plugged and need blown out with air pressure,if no fluid from hose,replace washer motor.

Jan 09, 2010 | 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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Windshield washer fluid not coming up at front, just at the rear


Check the hoses running to the front windshield washer nozzles. If the hoses are good check the pump to see if it is working correctly. Remove one of the hoses from the spray nozzle and see if the pump is working. If it is then the spay nozzles are stopped up. Use a needle to clean them out. They can easily get plugged with wax. If the pump is not working then either the fuse is blown or the pump is defective.

Dec 28, 2009 | 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan

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