[DML] Re: Washer Motor
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[DML] Re: Washer Motor



I agree, it is the little things that make a car nice. The hood should
"pop" up, the rear sunshade latch should hold, the seatbelts should
retract, all the controls and gauges should work and be accurate, etc.
The biggest problem you will face in fixing the washer pump will be
getting all of those little hex head screws out without having the
rivnuts spinning. Expect the motor to be bad but you MUST check at the
plug to verify power and ground. It could just be full of gunk. It is
easily cleaned out with hot water and rinsing it several times.
Leak-test and operate it before putting ALL the screws back. If you do
not get a good spray either the hose is pinched/kinked, or the tiny
hole in the sprayer tip is plugged up. The job is easier if you jack
the car up and remove the front left tire.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Jeremiah Montee <angelito03299@xxxx>
wrote:
> 
> Ok, here's one I haven't seen much posted about.
> 
> As I have been repairing/working on/modifying/fixing
> the car more and more, I got to thinking among the
> smaller things, I do not have a properly working
>







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