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My daughter has a 2006 Honda Civic. When she tries to wash the windshield, we can hear the pump working, but no fluid comes out. All the fuses are ok, and there is no fluid on the ground at all. Her boyfriend blew air through the hoses, but that didn't work. Any thoughts???

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Replace washer pump. They have impellers that wear out. You may hear it running but with little or no impeller it can push fluid up the hoses. Sometimes, the impellers break at the shaft, where motor spins and impeller doesn't move. It's pretty common in alot of cars.

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The impeller could be broke on the pump itself.
the jets blocked with car polish etc
a kinked pipe.
try them ;)

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