Question about 2002 Pontiac Bonneville
How to disconnect ww pump in bonneville the button that turns on the windshield wipers and washer fluid popped off the end of the control arm causing the wipers and the fluid to stay on spraying the wind shield I pulled the wiper fuse but the washer pump is still trying to pump fluid i ordered a replacement assembly but it wont arrive for a week how do i stop the washer pump Thanks Frank
The easiest way to go about this would be to pull the electrical pigtail off of the pump itself and that will stop all pumping of the windshield fluid.Locate your windshield washer reservoir and look around the outside of it.There will be a conical looking pump with an electrical pigtail and a rubber hose connected to it.The hose is where the fluid is transferred, but the electrical pigtail is what you want to disconnect.There is a lock clip you have to release, then you can pull the pigtail off with ease.No more pumping!!!! I hope I could help!!! Get back to me with any more questions and thanks!! Rate me accordingly.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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