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Replace the windshield washer motor

The windshield washer in my 1997 camry does not work. I need to pull the tank and get at the pump motor. Does anyone know how that is done?

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First locate the washer tank, remove the bolts that are holding it. remove the wire to the motor, remove the hose that is attached to the motor, slowly pull the motor off the rubber gasket .

do the reverse in installing a new one.

tnx 4 using fixya,

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Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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