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Re: PROBLEMS WITH THE WASHER PUMP
In most cars the motor is in the washer solvant reserviour go to a salvage yard instead of a dealer and you can get one very cheap just have yours out of the car and have some washer solution in most cases they will let you try it first to see if it works
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First thing to do is put the car in park and then set the parking brake. Next, release the drivers and passenger side handles (located at the top, above your head when you are sitting in the car, where the part of the top meets the windshield) Both handles are black and you simply pull the lever to release the hooks. After both hooks are released, push the button located near the speedometer (should be underneath the speedometer) on the dash and the top motor will engage and begain to retract the top. Hold the button untill the top disapears behing the back seat
Has it got to below freezing in your area recently? If so, your fluid is probably frozen and will need to be replaced. That is the only thing I can think of. It happened to me recently! Good luck I hope this helps
Since the date in this post was a few years ago, I'm just gonna put it on here for someone else who may encounter the same issue. My '96 did the same exact thing. It was IAC (idle air control) valve. $50 and runs perfect...