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Old 17 Oct 2014, 10:35 am
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Hello
2001 PT Cruiser;
Where do I find the rear window washer pump ?

while pressing the switch I do not hear the pump for the rear window sprayer coming on !!!
I removed the panel and separated the hose on the upper harch. No water !!
please help
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Old 17 Oct 2014, 11:30 am
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there is only 1 pump which handles both the front and rear washers. check and see if the line is either disconnected or clogged.
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Old 17 Oct 2014, 11:33 am
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The PT only has 1 pump.
Do you have water coming out of the front..??
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Hello
thank you for your reply. I dissconected the rear washer hose just below the spray nossle. I can blow through it to the front.
and it bubbles in the water reservior ?
What to do ?
I believe it has something to do with the switch, because the wipers , front and rear, are doing the job, just without the water.
How do I get the switch out, or is there another problem.The frontwipers, activated at the steering coloum are working with water. It is not the pump !!
Thank you again
Matt

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The PT only has 1 pump.
Do you have water coming out of the front..??
No, there is no water comming out the front when i activate the rear wiper switch.You do not hear the pump running.

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the pump is attached to the reservoir. you need to remove the cowl above the reservoir to gain access to the hoses going to the front and rear sprayers. you should be able to see if the rear hose is either disconnected or clogged. I attached an ebay sale for reference and pictures.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/01-02-03-04-...4e3a8c&vxp=mtr
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Old 17 Oct 2014, 12:08 pm
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The hoses are free now. I can blow air all the way to reservoir.
I believe it is the switch. How do I get the rear wiper switch out ???
thank you
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Old 17 Oct 2014, 12:16 pm
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the bezel that surrounds the radio, switches etc has to be removed. pull out the window switch (upper center). there's a screw holding the bezel in. once that is removed, pull the hvac knobs off. then just grasp the bezel and pull. from there you'll have access to the switches.
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the bezel that surrounds the radio, switches etc has to be removed. pull out the window switch (upper center). there's a screw holding the bezel in. once that is removed, pull the hvac knobs off. then just grasp the bezel and pull. from there you'll have access to the switches.
hello, thank you
The switch should activate the wiper motor and the washer pump?
The wipers come on, but no pump noise.
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No, there is no water comming out the front when i activate the rear wiper switch.You do not hear the pump running.

Not what I meant...does water come out the the front washers when you turn the front on, does the pump work..??
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