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Washer fluid not coming out.

SMAlset

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Mar 4, 2017
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The wipers are pretty cool and don't spray up washer fluid all over the windshield like my past ICE cars. They inject just enough fluid on the blade in several places. Are you getting nothing out at all when you depress the left stalk button? Maybe there's a motor problem pumping out the fluid. Let us know what service determines.
 
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The wipers are pretty cool and don't spray up washer fluid all over the windshield like my past ICE cars. They inject just enough fluid on the blade in several places. Are you getting nothing out at all when you depress the left stalk button? Maybe there's a motor problem pumping out the fluid. Let us know what service determines.
Nothing comes out. Not even a small residue.
 
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SMAlset

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Mar 4, 2017
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SF Bay Area
Does anyone have the problem that one “sprayer” (or whatever) seems to work, but the other side does not? On my Model 3, the passenger side of the windshield gets fluid but not the driver side.

Likely sounds like same issue as OP but with only one side not being connected. Use app for Request Service. Something Mobile can handle if you don’t want to mess with it.
 

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