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surfcelica
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surfcelica Jan 31, 4:41am - #94073 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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hawaii
windshield washer

its not working, there is water, its not dirty.
im thinking the windshield motor. can i still fix
this and can i buy this?

thanks
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RoMkApOmKa
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RoMkApOmKa Jan 31, 7:41am - #94074 

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Originally Posted by surfcelica
its not working, there is water, its not dirty.
im thinking the windshield motor. can i still fix
this and can i buy this?

thanks

I Have the same problem sometimes in the cold.
It's just freezes for some reason...
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spaztikid Jan 31, 9:23am - #94075 
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Originally Posted by surfcelica
its not working, there is water, its not dirty.
im thinking the windshield motor. can i still fix
this and can i buy this?

thanks


mines the same confused
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NorwayGT Jan 31, 9:46am - #94076 

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if your car is still under warranty just go to the dealership and get it fixed, unless its just from freezing

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Eyger Jan 31, 9:50am - #94077 

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If you live an a cold climate it is possible that the fluid solitified a little bit and won't travel well through the tubing. You might want to add a small amount of automobile anti-freeze to the fluid. It won't hurt your pump or anything. The only other thing i can think of would be to examine the actual pump, maybe the tube is pinched. grin

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PBCelica02 Jan 31, 10:53am - #94078 

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if u've got the apr strut bar make sure it's not pinching the tube.
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Jamey Jan 31, 2:53pm - #94079 

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Originally Posted by PBCelica02
if u've got the apr strut bar make sure it's not pinching the tube.


^^^^ Uhm what he said[/quote]
I Have the same problem sometimes in the cold.
It's just freezes for some reason...
[/quote]

^^^ Dude he lives in Cali, i don't see his washer fluid freexing anytime soon!!!
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VSGTS14 Jan 31, 5:16pm - #94080 

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make sure the line isn't pinched...

also, the windshield washer fluid isn't supposed to freeze confused confused

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Jamey Jan 31, 6:11pm - #94081 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
make sure the line isn't pinched...

also, the windshield washer fluid isn't supposed to freeze confused confused


It depends on what kind you get. Some is only rated to 0 degrees some is rated to -32 degrees ect.

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surfcelica Jan 31, 7:14pm - #94082 
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mine is not from freezing from the cold.
its not under warranty anymore too.
motor cost a lot of money when i ask the dealer.
no pinching either, i guess its the motor. too bad.
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Krayze Jan 31, 9:47pm - #94083 

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its possible you have a clogged line for your fluid.

also he is using water so it would freeze at 32 degrees (he isn't usig washer fluid)

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