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Old 05-09-2018, 04:58 PM
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Old 05-09-2018, 11:53 PM
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Probably, you can get a cheepo on eBay or I believe Halfrauds do a suitable replacement. Headlights on to test, it could be a wiring problem but the only way to test that is to get the pump out and connect it accoss the battery, as it's a pain in the backside to get to you might as well get a replacement and fit it.
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I can lend you my son, he loves to press this and cover us both in summer berry screenwash

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Got me going today as mine failed also..
It's the wrong fuse box pictured & and the fuse mentioned is a blank !!
look at the smaller fuse box next to battery about 4 inches by 2,got covered in water on testing and can say mine works tooo well
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Mine went in for test 3 weeks ago, being a smart arse, I remembered to refit the fuse (and take it out again afterwards).
! so it passed.
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Just went out, popped it out and into the smaller fuse box. No change except the first few presses i can hear something else, a louder click. maybe the pump trying to do something and failing.

yes the water bottle is full and the lights were on.

I was excited for a moment then! Thanks anyway guys
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Would give the pump a little tap while pressing the button.
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Just bought a pattern part new one off eBay for £30. Waste of money but its a means to an end I guess. Thanks for helping guys
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