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I replaced my original reservoir and pump with an aftermarket product. It worked for a short time and now the pump has no PSI on the output. Its like a 90 year old man peeing on my windshield! Can those pumps be replaced or do I have to replace the entire assembly again?

It didn't look possible to just replace the pump when I removed the reservoir but I am not the brightest, so maybe there is a way and I just didn't see it.

Thanks for your feedback.

Todd
 

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I guess it depends on the aftermarket unit you installed as an OEM replacement.

Can you identify this aftermarket unit?

Meanwhile ...

Have you checked your nozzles for blockage?

Have you checked the fluid lines for air leaks?
 

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And if the hoses are good back flush the system sometimes crud blocks the pump inlets
 
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I guess it depends on the aftermarket unit you installed as an OEM replacement.

Can you identify this aftermarket unit?

Meanwhile ...

Have you checked your nozzles for blockage?

Have you checked the fluid lines for air leaks?
All of the lines look intact. I think it is just a cheap produce because it worked for a short time.
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