seemily they work through the BSI. As far as I know there are no separate fuses for the washers. Could be the pump motor or switch.
Rustacrat is the man who knows ,
My money would be on the pump motor. Not expensive....under £20 IIRC.
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Have you checked the tank is full???????
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(06-01-2013, 11:21 AM)raptornexus Wrote: Hi which number fuse operates the washers please on berlingo van 2008 new shape please? wipers work fine just washers dont thanks.
I've rtfm -mine is Enterprise spec but the front and rear washers are 10 amp in the engine compartment at Fuse 3,which is roughly in the centre of the board.
Ok thanks,there are fuses under the glovebox on passenger side but i cant see how you get to them?
No - there is another fuseboard in the engine compartment
Fuse 3 is the one you're looking for-its a mini 10A ,near enough in the middle of the board and possibly next to a full size fuse.
11-01-2013, 08:38 PM
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Seems to be common when nozzles freeze up and you keep operating the lever for washers-fuse blows.
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