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Yup you got it, Halfords do a washer pump that fits our cars, the part number does not correspond with there fitment list but I had the pump removed and did a visual comparison in store.


Get the wheel off and partially remove the arch liner, pull out the old pump and be ready for the car to pee itself as the washer fluid drains off...


Get the pump in a position to remove the electrical connection and the two water pipes [be mindful of which goes where, the oem pump is colour coded the Halfords unit is not, white lined hose connected to white outlet - the rear water feed] ;oops: note the Saab watch strap.



Assembly is in Haynes fashion a reversal of removal, prior to putting the splash guards back partially fill the tank to ensure the new pump doesn't leak and of course it is connected correctly, the cheapo pump fitted...


Pump retails at £18.
 

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boxman said:
what was the prob' with your pump
Initially I only had screenwash on the front, never worked anywhere else so I cleaned the system out and replaced the non return valves this got the headlamp cleaners working but still no rear wash, I took the motor out and it is one of the reversable types, about a week ago it packed up completely, I'll do a post mortem on the pump to see it indeed the turbine is mishaped through use as the theory on this stands.
 

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Ohh one thing, that is not the pump used on convertibles ;oops:
 
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