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Washer fuse location.
Hi all,

Today I thought my washers had run out of water and so i refilled but unfortunately they didn't work, when I got home the fluid level was still full so I suspect a fuse or washer pump.
Does anyone know the location of the fuse ? The wipers still work so I think the wipers and the washers are on separate circuits, not being able to buy a Haynes manual is pretty frustrating to say the least as testing / fixing simple issues like this is a lot easier if you know where to look !

All input welcome,

I think there is a layout in the owner's handbook if you have one.

If not it should be F3, a 10A fuse. Fuses have been known to blow in the past on the washers if the water is frozen when activated, so check your additive level.
Thanks multispacer
I'll take a look tomorrow.

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Hi Multispacer ,

Thanks, the owners manual did have the location of both fuse boxes, the one I needed was under the bonnet on the right side near the battery. The waterproof cover has two plastic clips and is removed upwards.
In my Berlingo (08 1.6 hdi) the washer fuse is fuse no 3 (10 amp mini blade type)

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I sometimes think that my washer pump fuse has blown, because I have a full reservior and the wipers are working, but usually the problem is just that there is a very long delay in the water reaching the jets from the reservior. I once nearly started looking under the bonnet for the pump fuse, but tried my washers one more time, and they worked!
Hi Jim
My first Berlingo was like that, a simple non return valve would of cured it, but I never got round to looking for one.


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Make sure you pay particular attention to fitting the fuse box cover on exactly right. They are prone for water ingress, resulting in a very large bill ?
Thanks for the advice


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