2003 Toyota Corolla Windshield Fluid Fuse

Asked by Sep 18, 2016 at 12:19 PM about the 2003 Toyota Corolla CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car's windshield fluid was not spraying about a month or so ago and I got t
it fixed at the shop. The problem was the pump. Now, its not working again. I
assume it is the fuse this time, so does anyone know where the fuse is for the
windshield fluid?

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Very rarely that a vehicle would have a fuse designated to the washer circuit. Check all fuses, then check if washer pump plug has ground and power. The new pump installed might be bad. trace the harness for exposed wires, or any cause that led to burning the washer motor. Please click on "Mark helpful" if your happy with the respond. Good luck :-)

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Also check the fluid hose is still connected and intact, and the outlets on the hood or cowl are not plugged up.

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If you have a test light you should 1. Check all your fuses inside the car and the ones under the hood. 2. I agree I would test the plug that goes to the washer fluid motor, have someone push the button and make sure that you have power there. 1 of wires should have power while the button is pushed. If it does not then your problem is in the wiring from the switch to the motor. If you have power there then the motor is no good. If there is no power then that most likely was the original problem. Hope this helps.

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