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Old 12-08-2014, 12:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Windshield washer pump

Of course it would fail. Of course now during the first winter in a long time when it's wet and moist and dirty all of the time.

My washer pump apparently died. I've checked all the fuses and they seem fine. I will go through them with a meter once the rain stops (maybe April ). I search the net and seem to only come up with write ups where you change the entire tank also.
I got the picture that the pump is an external one; correct? Anyone sitting on a good link to get it done easily?
Otherwise I just take it one step at a time and see where I end up.

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Did you wiggle the plug on your wiper motor? The board inside may have solder breaks.

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There is a connector between the drivers side battery and the fender that has a red and black wire and maybe a dark green. Separate that connector and feed 12v. to the red wire on the forward connector, it goes to the washer pump.
If the pump runs then you probably need to replace the board in the wiper motor.
If the pump does not run then it is probably bad. The ground is the same as the headlights so..
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Old 12-08-2014, 02:54 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks for the tips. I'll give it a shot!
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Ok, did everything now. The pump is fine, resoldered the circuit board. No change.
Anything else to check before ordering a new circuit (68)?
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No more suggestions on what to check? Then I'll order the circuit board by morning 1000am (11 hours from now).
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I decided to pull the board again to double check. There's a relay also there that I keep staring at. I've pinged through everything and ohm's seem to be in range. Anyone with more info on the relay?

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Had a look at eBay and the price for the board is ridiculously cheap compared to local prices. Just to make sure, anyone have a part number for the board? Couldn't find anything in the parts list.
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Had a look at eBay and the price for the board is ridiculously cheap compared to local prices. Just to make sure, anyone have a part number for the board? Couldn't find anything in the parts list.
Rock Auto shows AC Delco part # 12463090

Is this it? https://www.google.com/webhp?sourcei...%23%2012463090
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Windshield washer pump

The link won't open. Thanks for verifying. I ordered two for 34 and that's including shipment. I'm all for local entrepreneurship, but some reality check is needed on the pricing. The local dealer wanted 68 for one piece. This will be delivered to my door .
I've driven without the washer pump for something close to a month, a few weeks should be a problem.

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