Used Honda Stream Screen Washer Motor

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About Screen Washer Motor

The screenwasher motor is an electrical mechanism that activates a pump which will cause screenwash to be fed to the screenwash jets situated just below the windscreen. In most cases the screenwash motor and pump are enclosed in one unit that is situated with the screenwash reservoir in the engine compartment. Occasionally the motor and pump are two separate units. The screenwash motor is activated by a stick-lever usually found on the steering column.

 

If the motor fails to operate this could be due to a blown fuse, a poor earth return or corrosion to the terminals, or the motor itself is faulty. If the motor needs replacing it is advisable to also fit a new non-return valve and filter in the reservoir. If the motor is operating properly but no screenwash appears from the screenwash jets it’s possible that there is a blockage or debris in the filter of the pump or in the jet nozzles. To check whether the pump is operating it’s normal to hear a whirring noise from the reservoir area when the stick-lever is pushed. This should mean both motor and pump are working correctly.

 

If replacing a broken motor with one that is not an exact replica it may be possible to bypass the old motor and fit the replacement with a new mounting.

Honda trivia

  • With 5% of their revenue funnelled straight back into research and development, Honda has been responsible for groundbreaking new technologies that have seen widespread adoption across the car industry. The most famous is the notion of a practical four-wheel-drive vehicle, first seen in the Honda Accord in 1987.
  • The first foreign vehicle that was ever manufactured in Ohio, America, was the 1982 Honda Accord.
  • Honda’s main plant in Japan is so big that it has its own airport.
  • Honda’s first SUV was the Passport, and it proved so popular that it still gets regular updates and redesigns.
  • Honda is the second largest car manufacturer in Japan (falling just behind Toyota), and the eighth largest in the world.