My windshield wiper fluid froze. I took the reservior off and thawed everything. I then blew air into the lines and cleared them. Now, my wipers work, but I am not getting any fluid. I tried a new pump, but that did not solve the problem. Any suggestions?
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2003 Dodge Ram Van 1500 Question: Windshield Wiper Fluid (2006 Dodge Ram)
Answer #1dandd December 18, 2009, 14:21Master
You need a wiper fluid that has much more glycol, like anti-freeze has. Does your pump make noise when you hit the button?
Replyxcrmom, December 18, 2009, 14:41Rookie
I've changed my fluid and the pump does not make any noise, it is almost like there is no power to it.
Answer #2Andy Y December 18, 2009, 17:43Master
Is there a fuse for the wiper washer pump? I would check the fuses to be sure. Also double check to be sure the connections are secure.
Do you have a test light or multimeter? You can have a helper push the washer button inside (with the key on/engine off I'm guessing) and you can check for voltage at the washer pump connector
Replyxcrmom, December 18, 2009, 20:09Rookie
There is no fuse. There is no voltage at the washer pump connector, I already tested that.