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Peugeot 307 Washer motor not working

2003 Peugeot 307 Problem

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CarPeugeot 307 1.4
Year2003
Ownerchappers
Posted01/01/2010


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Since the recent frosts the washer motor has now packed up! The bottle has not got frozen fluid in and I cant find any probs with fuses I doubt the motor will be stuffed - Any ideas?? I also had trouble with the fog light switch some time back and had to get a whole new switching arm (this being both sides of the steering wheel) and hope its not that as its V pricy!!!



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I have exactly the same problem!! After all the snow and freezing temperatures my windscreen washer fluid isn't working now, nor the rear window wash either...





Posted on Monday 18th of January 2010

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Got this sorted now - went into Peugeot as my car is still under manufactures warranty, they said it was just a blown fuse which oddly isn't included as part of the warranty. Had to pay 29!!!

Anyway, it was only a fuse, maybe yours is the same problem? I'd have a go at replacing that yourself if you can, hope that helps






Posted on Wednesday 20th of January 2010

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I work for a company using 307s as a fleet vehicle. Screenwash pump fuses blow regularly so keep extra red 10A spares. I too thought the problem was frozen pipes during the cold spell and wasted much time defrosting them.





Posted on Sunday 31st of January 2010

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