Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2003 02:05:36 -0000
From: "Lineone" <>
Subject: Re: Windshield washer reservoir motor

Norbert, If it's anything like the later 9K CS/CDs, then the problem generally lies in the T-piece which divides the feed from the pump. It either gets clogged or leaks to atmosphere. On the CS/CD this T-piece is right near the pump. I think your 88 9000 will be similar? I recommend changing the T-piece before anything else as it's cheap and reasonably easy to do (remove R/H road wheel and inner arch liner ....). But maybe someone else can advise whether I'm right in assuming similarity of your '88 and my '92. "Norbert Ricafort" <> wrote in message news:anTX9.7918$ > I have an 88' 9000T and just recently it stopped spraying windshield washer > fluid even though the reservoir was full. I figured it was a burnt out > reservoir motor, upon testing, the motor is perfectly in tact and did spray > washer fluid. The wipers work just fine so I attached a voltmeter to the > reservoir motor leads and depressed the windshield washer spray arm by the > steering wheel but I couldn't get a voltage. > > Does anyone out there know how I could get this thing working again? > > Thanx, > Norbert > >

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