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Windshield washer pump location

Can anyone tell me how to find the washer fluid pump on a 2000 Civic EX 4-door? The local Honda dealer just changed its timing belt, and I suspect they forgot to hook up the washer pump. The fuse is OK. I think I can see where the tubing comes out of the fluid reservoir, but I can't see or feel the pump, or where the wires connect. The dealer is 40 minutes away, so I'd rather reconnect it myself and save a couple of hours. Any help would be appreciated!
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Re: Windshield washer pump location

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Can anyone tell me how to find the washer fluid pump on a 2000 Civic EX 4-door? The local Honda dealer just changed its timing belt, and I suspect they forgot to hook up the washer pump. The fuse is OK. I think I can see where the tubing comes out of the fluid reservoir, but I can't see or feel the pump, or where the wires connect. The dealer is 40 minutes away, so I'd rather reconnect it myself and save a couple of hours. Any help would be appreciated!
The pump for your car looks just like the one on my wife's Mirage that i've replaced a couple of times which tells me it's on the bottom of the washer tank (front lower side).

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Re: Windshield washer pump location

Thanks for your help. I found it. Amazingly, I found a free 1996-2000 Civic shop manual online which showed me how to get at it. I had to remove the front bumper (not that bad: 4 screws and some clips) and then it was easy. Bought a new pump at Advanced for $15. A lot better than the $50 plus labor my local Honda dealer wanted!
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Re: Windshield washer pump location

hi scott,,do you still have the link for the free 1996-2000 Civic shop manual???

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Can anyone tell me how to find the washer fluid pump on a 2000 Civic EX 4-door? The local Honda dealer just changed its timing belt, and I suspect they forgot to hook up the washer pump. The fuse is OK. I think I can see where the tubing comes out of the fluid reservoir, but I can't see or feel the pump, or where the wires connect. The dealer is 40 minutes away, so I'd rather reconnect it myself and save a couple of hours. Any help would be appreciated!
Welcome Scott. A service manual is your best friend.

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Thanks for your help. I found it. Amazingly, I found a free 1996-2000 Civic shop manual online which showed me how to get at it. I had to remove the front bumper (not that bad: 4 screws and some clips) and then it was easy. Bought a new washer pump at Advanced for $15. A lot better than the $50 plus labor my local Honda dealer wanted!
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Welcome Scott. A service manual is your best friend.
right lazlong!!btw,,do we have a thread on this forum which provide a manual for this..?

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