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Old 04-14-2018, 04:51 PM
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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?
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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/
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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
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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/
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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.

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!
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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
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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/
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Originally Posted by UWZerokoolX View Post
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.

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/#post791993
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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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