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Old 12-15-2010, 09:24 AM
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1995 E320 Wagon windshield washer failure

Has anyone changed out the windshield washer pump on a 1995 E320? I was told it is located under the fluid container. Is this an easy DIY replacement?

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Old 12-16-2010, 05:33 PM
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Easy!

Look at the front of the washer fluid tank to see the pump(s) by tracing the electrical connection. I have two on my wagon, because of the headlight wipers I believe. You may only have one.

Disconnect the electrical connector and hose from pump and simply pull the motor out. It is just a friction fit to a grommet in the side of the tank. Replace the grommet when you do the pump. If the tank has fluid in it you will lose it all while replacing the motor.

Really, if you just look at it for a while you will see how easy it is.

Search the part on this forum for pictures of the pump and the grommet so you get the idea of what you are looking for.

Good luck!
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Old 12-17-2010, 08:24 AM
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Look at the front of the washer fluid tank to see the pump(s) by tracing the electrical connection. I have two on my wagon, because of the headlight wipers I believe. You may only have one.

Disconnect the electrical connector and hose from pump and simply pull the motor out. It is just a friction fit to a grommet in the side of the tank. Replace the grommet when you do the pump. If the tank has fluid in it you will lose it all while replacing the motor.

Really, if you just look at it for a while you will see how easy it is.

Search the part on this forum for pictures of the pump and the grommet so you get the idea of what you are looking for.

Good luck!
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