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Washer motor queryt
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Hi there - the washer motor on my berlingo XTR 2009 has gone.  The car is in France so planning on replacing it myself when next out.

A few queries —- appreciate any advice

1 - any idea which fuse the motor is linked to - just to double check
2 - best place to source the motor - eBay maybe? Anyone got a link
3 - best way to access the motor - looks like its a font wheel removal first?

Any help appreciated

Mark
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#2
I would look for a source after I had seen the motor first...

fuse, I am not really sure, but it is shared, for sure with other equipment, so you would finde more things out of order...

The access I think it involves a wheel and a wheel inner arch, but not absolutely sure...
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1..under engine bay fuse box [ 10amp fuse ]
2...yes  [ebay ] berlingo b9   from a tenner..check part number
3...o.s.front. if right hand drive. under wheel arch..full left lock..you might not need to take wheel  off..just bend the inner plastic back
..pump should be there.....
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Get a decent pump if it’s not the fuse, the cheap ones are junk.
The Febi bilstein ones are same as o.e
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