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Clear Tesla Roadster Washer Pump

xiaoteshushu

Member
May 17, 2018
40
65
China
Today, I found my roadster washer is broken, the water can is full, but no water comes out. I thought the pump is broken, but it make ziizizi noise ,it was working.

so I thought maybe it's only chocked somewhere. I checked the EPC to know where the pump is.

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so, I got the pump out of the car, it's easy ,jut remove the cover and screws ,you can get it.

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Here is the pump, there is a filter between the pump and the can, All you need is pull the pumb out of can ,and using a high pressure gun to blow the filter and pump.

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Now, it works.

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GKr

Member
Feb 19, 2013
60
2
Nederland
I have had this a couple of times, after completely emptying the reservoir.
When you can manage to put a little pressure ( funnel upside down) on the reservoir and someone operates the washer pump you can make it work again.
 

sethr

CPO Roadster #1089
Mar 24, 2013
255
150
Fairfax, VA
One of the frequent causes of this problem is lack of use; bacteria can build up and clog the line. Simple solution is to use the washer maybe once a month, even if you don't need it, just to keep things flowing. (I learned this the hard way)
 

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