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How do you change a washer pump on a kangoo van?
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Hi, The washer fluid tank for the front and rear of these vans is the same unit. The only difference is that there are two different pumps that are located at different level on the reservoir. The pump for the rear window is mounted higher than the front pump, so that would appear to run out first. If you fill the reservoir completely and you still do not get anything from the rear washer, then you have another issue to find. Either there is a problem with the pump (wiring, switch, power), or the tubing going to the back of the van. I would much rather have a pump problem than a hose problem! Good Luck, Greg A.