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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 14th March 2019, 14:38 Thread Starter
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Windscreen washer pump

I can hear the pump working Hid headlight jets are working but the windscreen jets are very poor???
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Pump will be blocked or just worn out. Its a bumper off job to get to it though.
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not sure if its bumper off
im sure I got to mine by just removing wheel arch liner but it was 9 to 10 years ago when I done mine

you could try removing pipe as high up as you can and blowing back with a air line
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Ok i will try this first,
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along the inner wing near to where the filler cap is you will see a black rubber pipe with a connector
on the connector is a plastic clip, remove or try to release the clip without having to remove it fully ( it's a bit of a pain to get back on ) and pull the pipe out of the connector

you could try blowing down the pipe for a quick fix or use an airline
it will disturb the gunk clogging the filter for a while but it will clog again eventually but it works a s a quick fix
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Its from the arch liner. You take the bumper off to get to front pump for headlights. Theres a good how to on here theres a small filter in the hole where the pump sits it sits on bottom of pump so this is dirty or blocked as the front pump wouldn’t be affected by this. Just take the wheel off and remove the liner you will see the pump you just unclip the electrical connection then gently pull it out the filter looks like a rubber washer left in the hole pull it out and its just a soft brush in warm washing up liquid to clean it But watch the watr when you pull the pump haha


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This might help, had to do mine as the pump was blocked with what looked like a tissue (?). I also took longer than 2 hours, my little "helpers" found out it made a good water pistol when we tested it so I ended up finishing it in the dark.
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Nozzles headlights work well but with the windscreen washers, foam comes out of little pressure
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Is the pump broken?
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Does this windscreen pump also fit a Honda Civic fn 1.8 executive 2006 with xenon headlight washers?
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