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My windshield washer pump has gone out on my 2008 Outlook - at least, I think it has gone out. When I push the button to wash the front window I hear a click from the interior fuse box/relay and the windshield wipers wipe a few times, however, no windshield cleaning solution is sprayed out.

I have checked the fuse for the front windshield wiper, and it was alright. I am guessing that I need to replace the pump and not the relay. Does anybody know the part number for the pump so that I can order it before pulling the existing pump?

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Grant
 

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I found three different part numbers on rockauto.com Head over there and take a look.
 

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if this helps any...
this is my 2010 Traverse. location- in front of front wheel. need to pull back on wheel well liner.

 

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rbarrios said:
if this helps any...
this is my 2010 Traverse. location- in front of front wheel. need to pull back on wheel well liner.
This is great. Thanks!
 

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Well, I replaced the pump, but it didn't seem to fix the problem. I have verified that the fuse is alright, and the rear washer works just fine. Any ideas? Do relays go bad?

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Grant

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This is great. Thanks!
 

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What you need is a wiring diagram; the relay could be bad although I thought replacing the pump would have been a good fix.
 

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http://sm.gpona.com:9001/si/home.do

This is a GM service manual on line. If the link doesn't work, type it in by hand and you should be able to bring it up.

Go to the site I listed above and input your year, make, and model of vehicle (2008 Saturn Outlook) and click the "Next" button to the right of that info and

Select Service Manual
Select Power and Signal
Select Wire System and Power Management
Select Schematic and Routing Diagrams
Select Power Distribution
Select Figure 5 to see your washer pump schematic
 

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Wow, that is a great resource, thanks! Hopefully I can track down why my pump isn't working.
-Grant

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This is a GM service manual on line. If the link doesn't work, type it in by hand and you should be able to bring it up.

Go to the site I listed above and input your year, make, and model of vehicle (2008 Saturn Outlook) and click the "Next" button to the right of that info and

Select Service Manual
Select Power and Signal
Select Wire System and Power Management
Select Schematic and Routing Diagrams
Select Power Distribution
Select Figure 5 to see your washer pump schematic
 

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Although I haven't heard of this problem with the lambdas, it could be the stalk that the WWF/wiper controls are on as well.... I had this happen on a previous GM product of mine.

Good luck!
 
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