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Old 03-05-2011, 11:51 AM
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Default 2004 Washer Pump Replacement

I have a 2004 Accord. The washer pump quit out of the blue.
I checked the fuzes but they were all good.
I was hoping I could get a description of where the pump is and how to get to it?
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Old 03-05-2011, 12:18 PM
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It's not that easy. Here's what manual says.

1) Remove righter inner fender (20-211)
2) Disconnect washer tube and washer motor connector.
3) Remove clip, 3-bolts, and remove the washer reservoir
Pump is at base of reservoir
4) install in reverse.

I would suggest purchasing a Honda Shop Manual if you intend to DIY. Make sure you can hear the pump running on command. Some times the washer nozzles block preventing flow. Easily cleaned w/ small wire and vinegar soak.

good luck
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Old 03-06-2011, 09:26 AM
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Thanks for the feedback.
There is no pump sound actually. Just the sound of the wiper motor now.
This sounds like a job I may just take to the shop.
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Old 03-09-2011, 11:56 AM
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Good job to tackle to get into the swing of easier jobs to come to you and your car.
Give it a try if you have the time..it's very satisfying when you get it done to say " I did It MYSELF"
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just a minute
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Default same washer problem/ Jared Festner

Hey guys, My name is Jared Festner here in Illinois and I'm having the same problem. Although, It's been pretty cold here in Boulder Hill. Could that be why mine quit?
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Old 03-29-2011, 03:15 PM
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Did the pump quit? Have you ruled out plugged nozzles? Is yours also 2004?
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This isn't Jim Blake class of 1999 is it? Jim, do you remember me? Jared Festner. Durand High school?
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Just a couple years off... Class of 74 SMHS.
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Just a couple years off... Class of 74 SMHS.
sorry, I thought you were an old friend of mine. Yes, I've lived in Illinois my whole life and have never had an issue with my pump in the cold weather. Could it just be old? or Fixable?
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