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Washer pump, no supply
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Washer was not working very well, dribbles out on the jets, so decided to investigate.

I could hear the pump working and there was plenty water in the bottle so suspected blockage. Removed the pump and cleaned. Reassembled but now the pump does not work.

Tested the pump on the bench and all is fine so its not the pump. Checked the supply to the wires going to the pump and no feed. Had a read and someone suggested it may be the fuse in the fuse box next to the battery, no F14 10a, but that's fine.

So scratching head and before I start dismantling steering column to check feed at the switch I thought I would ask here in case someone has any ideas.

Is there a relay for the pump and if so where is it?

Is it fuse f14 or another one.

My car is a 2.0HDi 2005
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#2
The only mention of a fuse in the Haynes book which is known for not being correct says on the BSI unit look at FB 25amp fuse for wipe/wash. You said it worked before you dismantled it so I would start by rechecking the pump and wiring and connections for breaks and chaffing. Is it a 2 outlet pump if so did you try it in both directions ie pumping both ways. Just looked at the wiring diagram and the fuse for the steering column stalk is F27 10amp in the internal fuse box.
Are we there yet????? Huh
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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Update, it was the connector to the pump that was faulty. So pump working however rear not getting any water out of the pipe from the pump and the front is just dribbling out, so ordered a new pump
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Hopefully that will fix it.
Are we there yet????? Huh
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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