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Washer system

WASHER RESERVOIR

The washer reservoir is integral to the right end of the upper radiator shroud in the engine compartment (Fig. 20). Refer to Group 7 - Cooling System for the proper upper radiator shroud service procedures.

Fig. 20 Washer Reservoir Remove/Install Fig. 20 Washer Reservoir Remove/Install

1 - UPPER RADIATOR SHROUD

2 - WASHER RESERVOIR FILLER CAP

3 - RIGHT FRONT FENDER

4 - WASHER SUPPLY HOSE

WASHER PUMP

(1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

(2) Disconnect the headlamp and dash wire harness connector from the connector receptacle on the front or rear washer pump (Fig. 21).

(3) Disconnect the washer supply hose from the outlet nipple of the front or rear washer pump. Drain the washer fluid from the reservoir into a clean container for reuse.

(4) Using a trim stick or another suitable wide flat-bladed tool, gently pry the barbed inlet nipple of the washer pump out of the rubber grommet seal in the reservoir. Care must be taken not to damage the reservoir.

(5) Remove the rubber grommet seal from the reservoir and discard.

(6) Reverse the removal procedures to install.

Always use a new rubber grommet seal in the washer reservoir.

WASHER FLUID LEVEL SENSOR

(1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

(2) Disconnect the headlamp and dash wire harness connector from the connector receptacle on the washer fluid level sensor (Fig. 21).

Fig. 21 Washer Pump and Washer Fluid Level Sensor Remove/Install Fig. 21 Washer Pump and Washer Fluid Level Sensor Remove/Install

1 - UPPER RADIATOR SHROUD

2 - WIRE HARNESS CONNECTORS

3 - WASHER FLUID LEVEL SENSOR

4 - WIRE HARNESS CONNECTOR

5 - WASHER SUPPLY HOSE

6 - REAR WASHER PUMP

7 - FRONT WASHER PUMP

8 - WASHER RESERVOIR FILLER CAP

(3) Disconnect the washer supply hose from the outlet nipple of the front washer pump. Drain the washer fluid from the reservoir into a clean container for reuse.

NOTE: The pivoting float of the washer fluid sensor must be in a horizontal position within the reservoir in order to be removed. With the reservoir empty and held in an upright position, the pivoting float will orient itself to the horizontal position when the sensor connector receptacle is pointed straight downwards.

(4) Using a trim stick or another suitable wide flat-bladed tool, gently pry the washer fluid level sensor out of the rubber grommet seal. Care must be taken not to damage the reservoir.

(5) Remove the rubber grommet seal from the reservoir and discard.

(6) Reverse the removal procedures to install.

Always use a new rubber grommet seal in the washer reservoir.

WASHER NOZZLE

FRONT

(1) Remove the cowl plenum cover/grille panel from the cowl top. See Wiper Motor in the Removal and Installation section of this group for the procedures.

(2) From the underside of the cowl plenum cover/ grille panel, disconnect the washer hose from the nozzle fitting.

(3) From the underside of the cowl plenum cover/ grille panel, compress the retaining tabs of the washer nozzle and push the nozzle out through the top of the panel.

(4) Reverse the removal procedures to install.

REAR

(1) Using a trim stick or another suitable wide flat-bladed tool, pry gently at each side of the rear washer nozzle to release the snap clips that secure it to the liftgate outer panel.

(2) Pull the nozzle out from the liftgate outer panel far enough to access and disconnect the washer supply hose from the nozzle nipple.

(3) Reverse the removal procedures to install.

CHECK VALVE

A check valve is located in the washer supply hose near the top of the right liftgate opening pillar.

(1) Remove the right upper D-pillar trim. Refer to Group 23 - Body for the procedures.

(2) Disconnect the washer supply hoses from the barbed nipples on each end of the rear washer system check valve.

(3) Remove the check valve from the vehicle.

(4) When reinstalling the check valve, be certain the valve is properly oriented within the system flow (Fig. 22).

Fig. 22 Rear Washer System Check Valve Fig. 22 Rear Washer System Check Valve

1 - TO RESERVOIR

2 - CHECKBALL

3 - SPRING

4 - TO NOZZLE

(5) Reverse the remaining removal procedures to complete the installation.

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