the answer is yes and no if the washer fuse is blown then that would be the first thing to check in that circut, and no the chech engine light only comes on when computer monitered circuits are involved not accessories such as windshield washers you will need to scan the cars ecm in order to pinpoint what controled circut is out of parameters
If washer fuse is blown replace it first ,still washer not working ? One can check motor by following method unplug motor from Engine wiring and connect to separate 12VDC supply from Engine Battery if it does not moved throw & get new one. Maxmagic
It's located near the bottom on the side of the washer fluid reservoir. It's a little cylinder and it's got a cable running to it and a rubber washer fluid hose running out of it.
The fuse location is underneath the drivers side on the dashboard. It is the second fuse from the bottom on the left side in the fuse box.
Check for 12 volts at the washer pump connector before all else. If you have 12 volts when the button is being pushed (with the key in the on position) your pump is the problem.
how to replace the washer pump on a 2009 toyota camry
Yes, and it's the same fuse that's used for your wipers. So, if your wipers still work, but the washer fluid pump doesn't, there's likely a problem with the pump and not the fuse.
How difficult is it to replace a 2000 Toyota Avalon window washer pump and where is it located?
There are three fuse boxes on a 1999 Toyota Corolla. One is located behind the steering wheel, and the other two are located in front of the windshield washer fluid reservoir and then next to the battery. The wiper fuse is number 4, in the Instrument Panel Junction Block on the Front Side of the vehicle.
In the bottom of the washer fluid reservoir
It is attached to the lower front side of the windshield wash reservoir (front left-when looking under the hood) by grommet/nipple pressure connection.
How do I remove a windshield washer pump from a toyota 4-runner 1988?
You have to remove the washer fluid reservoir and remove the pump from the bottom area of its side.