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If it smells of antifreeze it's your heater core ... Most times entire dash will need to be removed... Or your a/c condenser drain is clogged or missing rubber hose on drain ... Have a mechanic blow air into drain to see if it's clogged if so this will most times unclog drain
The sprayer itself may be attached to the underside of the wiper arm and is removable. Carefully remove the sprayer, disconnect the hose, and turn on the wiper and the washer. It liquid comes out of the hose, the sprayer is clogged. If no liquid comes out, the hose could be clogged, so replace the hose. You need to find the other end at the black plastic manifold that divides the washer flow into the two sprayers. Disconnect the passenger side and blow into in, just in case to unclog it, then try again. If the washer is working for the driver side, that manifold is unclogged.
Soaking the sprayer overnight in vinegar could unclog it., but the sprayer is cheap to buy new.
You removed the AC compressor? DId you block it in like A-6 compressors or just open the system? If you did not block it in, then you are required to flush the whole system replace the R/D or dessicant and check the OT or EV. Then you add the oil or seal and add oil charge and evac it and then charge it. This is not going to be cheap. You could have just R/R the clutch without taking the compressor off.
I usually unclog them using a puff of compressed air. The crud that plugs them is pretty soft and generally is quite easy to blow out. It may plug up again a time or two until the crud works itself out but usually once the drain is finally clear it will stay open for quite a while.
If your blower motor will only run on the highest speed the blower motor resistor pack is defective and needs replacing.
If the windshield washer does not work then the fuse is blown or the motor is defective. If the motor is running but no spray is coming from the nozzles then the nozzles are clogged with wax. Use a needle to unclog them.
Does it do this with the air condition on? Does your car have a sunroof? If you said yes to the first question then a drain line from the air condition is clogged and would need to get it unclogged. If your car has a sunroof then a line that drains any water that gets passed the seal is clogged and empties into your car. You might want to take it to a mechanic and not the dealership. They will charge you an outrages price to fix it.
a/c drain stopped up. I dont know if you get to it. its a little rubber line under the car, approx where the passengers feet will be. sometimes you can get a piece of wire to unclog it, or if you have access to a air comressor, blow some air up into the hose. You will know when you unclog it, a big rush af water will come out.