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yup, the squirter is clear. that wasmy first thought
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I found this diagram. I don't know if it helps
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You still have not figured this out yet?! It's a very simple system. Make sure you have power where it's supposed to be and make sure all you connections are clear. There really is nothing else to check... It should only take five minutes to diagnose
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mine and my dads truck both had relays not fuses for the pump its right next to the fuel pump relay you can try swapping them but it all depends on what year reanger you have
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that's a terrible theory!
no no he had a very good theory
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no no he had a very good theory
Haha agreed!
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Am I the only pervert who did not think windshield cleaner sprayers when I read the title?
haha nope
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i dont have the fuse diagram....thats what i need to find.
If you go to this page you can download a free copy of any Ford owner's manual back to 1999...
http://www.motorcraftservice.com/vdi...&menuIndex1=17

There are fuse diagrams in the manual for both the underhood and dash fuse panels. There is a chart that lists what each fuse is for.

If you don't hear the motor turn on, it is likely a blown fuse or a bad motor. If the motor turns on, then it is something to do with the lines.

Back when my parents owned my Ranger, there were one or two times where it would not spray washer fluid, but the tank had fluid. It seemed to correct itself and never happened again. We never figured it out.
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his is an 89
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Here ya go, man:

1989 Ranger diagram

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