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Old 09-06-18, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default Rear windscreen washer fluid blocked

What can i check to see where the issue is ?

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Pop the pipe off at the jet, see if the water makes it that far. Assuming you can hear the pump running that is.
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Pop the pipe off at the jet, see if the water makes it that far. Assuming you can hear the pump running that is.
Well i think i can hear the pump and water gushing...how to i get to the fluid supply ?

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Pop the 3rd brake light out and you should be fit to get at the pipe where it goes onto the jet. Pull it off and see if the water gets that far.
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Well just tried and its working fine...so looks like pump cleared itself whatever might have been blocking it...case closed !!

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Well it is happening again...can hear pump in front but to liquid on back...can i just lift the brake light out or need to unscrew ?

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2 screws inside the boot iirc
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2 screws inside the boot iirc
Ok so no fluid reaching the back light opening...what can i check next ?

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Off to the washer bottle now! I have no idea how easy it is to access, but you're going to need to get the pump off and check if it's blocked somehow.
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Disconnect the rear feed pipe both ends and blow air through from rear to front or front to rear which ever works better. If pipe clear then time to have a look see at the reservoir and pumps.
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