Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 10:29:31 GMT
From: John Murphy <johnmunopsamam.iol.ie>
Subject: Re: windshield washer pump


Went down this road recently - fuses kept blowing. The fault lay with the reversing light switch which is on the same fuse. John Norman Boyce wrote: > Jack and remove the left tire. Remove the nuts and / or bolts or the > plastic push fasteners that hold the fender well. the pump is directly in > front of the wheel. To remove and replace the pump should take about 20 to > 30 minutes. Not hard at all. Did mine about 6 months ago. > > -- > Norm Boyce > normbnopsamties/dot/com > Franke <franke1nopsamary.net> wrote in message > news:fdWR3.2098$SU1.199698nopsam1.primary.net... > > The windshield washer pump is out on my 94 900S. All I want to do is check > > for 12 volt dc at the motor. To my surprise the reservoir and pump are > > hidden inside the body in front of the front left tire. Does anyone know > how > > to gain access to the pump ? > > thanks > > Mike > > > >

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