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Window washer fuse??

2003 Jeep Rubicon 6 cyl, auto. It's been awhile but I am finally down the list to do some work on my jeep. Awhile back the front window washer quit squirting - bottle was full and the rear washer continued to work. I as looking at the fuse listing in the hand book and on the lid cover and I could not find any listing for a fuse for the washer pump.

Wondering if anyone had a schematic or knows which fuse covers the washer motor(s)? I would guess both motors are on the same line /fuse but do wonder if they are on different fuses for some reason.

Any one have any issues with the washer motors???. I looked down the sides and it appears both motors are hooked up.

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post #2 of 3 Old 01-31-2019, 05:21 PM
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The front washer pump gets its power from fuse box fuse #17, which also is the source of power for the front wiper motor. If the wipers are working but the washer isn't, it's not the fuse. Pull the connector off the washer pump and check that you have a good ground at pin B (BK wire), and you're getting 12v to pin A (BR wire) when you activate the front washer.

FYI, the rear wiper motor and washer pump get power from fuse box fuse #6.
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Outstanding - thanks. Wipers work so I'll check the ground. LBM

QUOTE=mukluk;40504495]The front washer pump gets its power from fuse box fuse #17, which also is the source of power for the front wiper motor. If the wipers are working but the washer isn't, it's not the fuse. Pull the connector off the washer pump and check that you have a good ground at pin B (BK wire), and you're getting 12v to pin A (BR wire) when you activate the front washer.

FYI, the rear wiper motor and washer pump get power from fuse box fuse #6.[/QUOTE]
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