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Unread 04-10-2010   #1 (permalink)
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Default How do you replace windshield washer pump?

I have to replace my windshield washer pump in my 1997 v6 Mustang. I have the new pump but can't figure out how to get to the old one. Has anybody here done this before? I looked at it and it almost looks like you have to remove the front left fender. Is that right?
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No. You need to remove the fenderwell skirt. Then you can remove the bottle to get to the pump.......
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you should think about picking up a Hayes manual..
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you should think about picking up a Hayes manual..
Sorry, that was a little rude. referring to my Hayes manual I see that 94-04, it dosen't show how to remove it. I keep finding problems in this manual.
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Thanks shinerstang I will look at that.

I didn't notice a way to do that earlier.


No problem G-lant.

I do have the Hayes it just didn't have anything on this or on the other problem I posted about.
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Default washer pump....

yup i agree w/ the guys above on my 2000 3.8L i only had to remove the fender skirt and was able to replace the pump, clean and flush the reservoir without removing the wheel or dropping the pump, didn't even need a jack.
4 push clips/pegs and 1 screw and it is definitely not in the haynes manual...sigh
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