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Hey Guys,

My window washer pump is floating around under the window washer fluid tank.  I wondered if someone could show me where it is supposed to go, because I can find no matching holes.  Is this not the original pump?




1975 2002 Arktisblau "Gar"

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That's the original pump; it was mounted on two ears moulded into the bottom of the original windshield washer bottle.  That's what those two keyhole-shaped slots on the bracket are for.  On a '75 the bottle was mounted on a bracket bolted atop the brake booster bracket.  If the bottle is missing, you should at least find a white plastic socket with two wires attached somewhere near the booster, and a bracket too.  That's where the bottle would go, and the wires are what connect the pump to the car's wiring harness.


If your bottle is missing, I'm sure someone on the board will have one to sell. 





PS--older VW Rabbits and Audis used exactly the same pump.

'69 Nevada sunroof-Wolfgang-bought new
'73 Sahara sunroof-Ludwig-since '78
'91 Brillantrot 318is sunroof-Georg Friederich 
Fiat Topolini (Benito & Luigi), Renault 4CVs (Anatole, Lucky Pierre, Brigette) & Kermit, the Bugeye Sprite

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