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I would check the washer pump to see if it is working assuming the tank is full of fluid.
Posted on Aug 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Windshield Water Spray
Get some rainx (or other brand) winshield washer fluid, it contains antifreeze to -30 F.
For now put a good really warm almost hot rag on the part where the fluid exits, and wrap any exposed hoses (that connect to the fluid outlet) with a hot towel. Keep reapplying the towels until the fluid sprys normal. make sure to empty what ever is in your washer container and replace with the above mentioned fluids.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
If it shoots from the pump without lines connected, then there has to be blockage somewhere. You mentioned you blew the lines out, did you blow directly back through nozzles themselves?
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
P0758 code is shift solenoid B electrical /2-3 shift solenoid circuit electrical, It better to inspect the wire going into the transmission they have a tendency to leak transmission fluid into the circuit make inspection for proper connection if you decide to replace the solenoid you still need to inspect the circuit for proper mating. If this solenoid fails and you wait to long to replace it you can loose the ECM due to the high power draw it takes from the ECM.
Posted on May 06, 2011
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