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March 28, 2010, 1:08 pm

Mike A

Question: Where is the windshield washer pump located?

I can't locate the windshield washer pump on my 2000 Toyota Camry to replace it. Does anyone know where it is located?

April 10, 2010, 12:04 pm

Grzegorz D

Hi, washer motor is located on the body of washer tank. Washer tank is there where you pour your winshield fluid in engine compartment.

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May 29, 2015, 1:27 pm


I was just ready to "ask the Mechanic" when I found this Forum. I have a 2000 Toyota Camry and the Windshield Wiper warning light came on about a week ago. I had no idea that cars had Windshield wiper Alert warning lights,. First time I ever saw one.. I took to Auto Servicing and they said it may be the "Float" in the water resivour. or it needs water. Not true.. it is filled, It works fine when I use it No issues. Light is still on. Reading this comment about washer tank. I do not understand this answer. I know where the tank is for the water and coolant go but I cannot see in my mind where the washer tank is located. is this connected? Why would a washer tank be connected to the engine.?
Im thoroughly confused. I thought the wiper resovoir is separated from the engine water tank? My engine water is at a normal level and my wiper resovoir is full

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