The pump is definitely not running. I can check with a voltmeter to see if it's getting power. Can you offer some guidance as to it's location?rrtoadhall said:Have you checked your washer pump?
Thanks for the tip, but no such luck. Guess it's just time to break out the old volt-meter and trace the circuits. I've ordered an shop manual; it's about time I had one. Hopefully that will help in diagnosing the problem, or at least locating the various components involved.medcapequip said:I remember in my old Audi if the washer fluid level was not high enough it would not work. Is your tank full?
Yes, it did, which is why it's a distinct possibility (probability) that the BECM is just wacked in that region. Hence why I'm asking if anyone knows of a resource with more info on the BECM relays and transistors, and which ones control which functions so we might have a shot at fixing it without replacing the BECM.rhino_ed said:Didn't your becm take a swim a little while ago? Did you look at RAVE?