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Washer pump hadn't worked for a while kept blowing fuse, so brought new one of amazon stripped all the inner wheel arch out couldn't get water bottle out , so pulled old pump out , and fitted new one ,put everything back and switched on , worked fine on rear but then when testing front all it did is pump out rear , so looks like they've sent wrong one :mad: . So make sure you get right one if you have to swap pump
 

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Washer pump hadn't worked for a while kept blowing fuse, so brought new one of amazon stripped all the inner wheel arch out couldn't get water bottle out , so pulled old pump out , and fitted new one ,put everything back and switched on , worked fine on rear but then when testing front all it did is pump out rear , so looks like they've sent wrong one :mad: . So make sure you get right one if you have to swap pump
put a multimeter on the wires to pump and set to 20v dc and when fron/back washers uses one will be 12v and other -12v
 

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Thanks for advice , went to local dealers and brought pump from there fitted it works perfect , sending other one back for refund :thumb:
 

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This is a problem with buying stuff from ebay or Amazon or similar.
Something may seem like a bargain, but it may well be a cheap knock off copy, quite likely made in a country known for take-aways and laundries.
Ok, you get a refund (hopefully), but still have to get the proper part to fix your original problem.
If you buy from a dealer you might pay a premium price, but it will work like the original part did and it will fit properly.
If you buy from a motor factor you only have to take the faulty part back if it doesn't work - and mostly reputable factors sell reputable parts.
Remember, if it's too good to be true, then it probably isn't.

Roger.
 
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