Question about 2004 Dodge Neon
Wiper motor fluid stop working but the wiper blades works. i look for any fuse or something but i don't know witch one is it.
The washer fluid is usually on the same fuse as the wipers so, you probably wouldn't find anything there.
There is a little black pump that is usually in the bottom of your washer reservoir that goes out from time to time.
Disconnect the power wire to the pump and using a test light (and someone inside the car to push the wash button) connect the ground lead of the test light to the neg side of battery and then probe each connector of the wire while the button is being pushed. If you have power, then it is very likely that the pump is bad, if you don't have power, then you will have to trace out that wire and make sure that a little mouse hasn't used it for a nest.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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