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Hi All
Have had both screen washers stop working (frozen?) with no sound of a running pump. Rear screen washer now working with usual sound of running pump, but front still quiet and not working.

Are these items separately fused?

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The rear appears to be wired directly from a fuse in the under bonnet fuse box. The fronts are also but also go through fuse F3 in the interior box. Pic will follow.
 

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Thanks Bigiainw, that was exactly what I wanted to know. Cannot find the wiring diagrams on line, hence the query.


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No Problemo!
 

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Fuse found and was duff. Duly replaced but not tested- I will wait untilI have to shift all this white stuff off the car!
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bigiainw said:
The rear appears to be wired directly from a fuse in the under bonnet fuse box. The fronts are also but also go through fuse F3 in the interior box. Pic will follow.
Thank youbigiainw for the tip.
I was travelling in Germany a couple of days ago on the way back to the UK and found myself with plenty of screenwash in the tank and a not working front washer, at first I thought it was due to frozennozzlesbut then realized it was something to do with the pump. Thanks to your tip this morning I went straight to the fuse compartment, took the 10A fuse out and got a new one, bang on the front washers are up and running again.
 
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