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Old 04-04-2019, 04:03 PM
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Low wiper water spray

Noticed that the water spray on the screen is just a dribble - both front and rear.

I had this on another car and the water container just needed a clean as gung had collected at the bottom.

Cannot see gung in the water of the Jeep. Do I need a new water pump?

Any suggestions?

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Did you try a usimg a needle into the spray holes? Sometimes buildup happens there and that has worked for me in the past. When it fails I replace the nozzle. If not that, make sure no air in the lines and enough fluid in the tank. Failing all that, bad pumps.

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Noticed that the water spray on the screen is just a dribble - both front and rear.

I had this on another car and the water container just needed a clean as gung had collected at the bottom.

Cannot see gung in the water of the Jeep. Do I need a new water pump?

Any suggestions?

Thanks
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If you pull the hose off the back side of the spray nozzle you can see if the pump is pumping. If the pumps pumps fluid, it is likely the nozzle is clogged as Fuzzy says.
If the pump isn't pumping fluid, check for power at the pump and confirm ground.
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Dribbling? Your jeep is suffering from enlargement of the prostate. Don't ask me how I know.
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