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I ran out of fluid on a cold spell in New england and replaced but washer not working in front or rear. I also do not seem to hear the pump. Any reason the pump would go right when I ran out of fluid, like small amount of ice build up or something. If it was a bit of ice, wouldn't I still hear the motor/pump? Just wondering if I should wait for a warm day or just go ahead and replace the pump. Also, the manual doesn't list a washer fuel but read in a forum that the wiper fuse is the same as the washer fuse and wipers work. Thanks for any help.
 

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Rick,
There are several recent threads having to do with 'frozen' or non-working washer pumps. Some can hear their pump running and some dont (I can). Im in New England too.

Look here:
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/showthread.php?t=520465

On your 2000 the reservoir/pump is mounted in/under the drivers side front fender.

Paul
 
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