[DML] Re: Wiper motor replacement AAAAGGGHH
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[DML] Re: Wiper motor replacement AAAAGGGHH

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Hank <heskin@...> wrote:
(about the wiper *washer* pump)

> Rob said it would take at least half a day or a full day to get the bucket
> off and replace the motor and reattach the bucket with new rivnuts.
> He basically said the washer motor isn't worth repairing for $800+ in parts
> and labor it would take.

My washer pump was dead on arrival when I got my car.  Concours aside, has anyone just 
tapped into the reservoir and used a generic pump?  (I don't know anything about the 
configuration, but it seems like you could drop a pump anywhere under the hood, and 
with a little extra rubber hose, it would be squirting in no time.)
Possible, or am I revealing too much ignorance? :)

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