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UWZerokoolX 04-14-2018 04:51 PM

Windshield Washer Fluid Pump
 
Okay, I cannot justify buying an entirely new forty dollar Windshield Washer Pump just for the rubber gromet that seals it to the windshield washer resvoir. Does anyone have a part number for the rubber gromet?

Oldblue 04-14-2018 05:03 PM

Read post number 8, while this may or may not correct your issue , hey it’s inexpensive and may save you a few bucks.

https://www.chevyhhr.net/forums/main...eak-fix-54278/

donbrew 04-14-2018 05:03 PM

Usually it is the internal seal that fails, especially in freezing weather, that looks like the grommet is leaking.

You would probably have to go to a store that has jobber boxes to match one up. Bad news is not all new pumps come with a new gasket.

They can be had for closer to $30. https://www.ebay.com/itm/ACDelco-193...tWqOzJ&vxp=mtr

UWZerokoolX 04-14-2018 05:08 PM


Originally Posted by Oldblue (Post 842244)
Read post number 8, while this may or may not correct your issue , hey itís inexpensive and may save you a few bucks.

https://www.chevyhhr.net/forums/main...eak-fix-54278/


Originally Posted by donbrew (Post 842245)
Usually it is the internal seal that fails, especially in freezing weather, that looks like the grommet is leaking.

You would probably have to go to a store that has jobber boxes to match one up. Bad news is not all new pumps come with a new gasket.

They can be had for closer to $30. https://www.ebay.com/itm/ACDelco-193...tWqOzJ&vxp=mtr

Yeah I just got done reading that blue. :( I was hoping that someone would come up with a part number by now.

And don't you worry don, I am not going to wig out on you. :roflol:

I might as well do the simple cheap fix... I already have my air intake hose duct taped because I cant find the part number for that either. -_- *Deskface* argh!

donbrew 04-14-2018 05:16 PM

You might try
a. looking in the part number thread
b. looking at an online GM parts store like this: https://www.gmpartsgiant.com/parts-l...ke-system.html

Oldblue 04-14-2018 05:17 PM

Air intake duct hose, commonly called the Woolley Worm.


One solution

https://www.chevyhhr.net/forums/prob...problem-53013/


Wolley worm part number in post #9 here

https://www.chevyhhr.net/forums/main...cleaner-58572/

RJ_RS_SS_350 04-14-2018 05:21 PM


Originally Posted by UWZerokoolX (Post 842246)
Yeah I just got done reading that blue. :( I was hoping that someone would come up with a part number by now.

And don't you worry don, I am not going to wig out on you. :roflol:

I might as well do the simple cheap fix... I already have my air intake hose duct taped because I cant find the part number for that either. -_- *Deskface* argh!

https://www.chevyhhr.net/forums/comm...33/

4silverado 04-20-2018 03:01 PM

I don't know if this helps, but I picked up a 2011 back in January. It would dump washer fluid on the ground faster than you could dump it in. I removed the reservoir thinking that it might be cracked; the pump grommet was bad. I wiped everything down and applied a liberal amount of blue silicone and put everything back together. I waited a full week before adding fluid. So far, it's holding fluid with no issues.


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