OK, anyone following my posts will know that my car decided to relieve itself of all it's washer fluid after the MOT man tested them during the MOT. My first attempt at repairing this was to fill the washefluid bottle to the max and operate the washwipe continuously with the headlights on. The washwipe part works perfectly, but after a few seconds, I can hear a second chirp, which is suppose to be the headlamp washers, but they do not pop up, so the headlamp washers don't work! I checked the fuse(fuse 33), and it's fine, and the chirp suggests it's suppose to work? Anyways, how do the headlamp washers work in principle? Does it take the water pressure from the same motor as the washwipe, and some kind of valve flick the pressure towards the bumper jets, or is there a separate motor? Secondly, the washwipe motor itself. I traced the water leak to the motor, it has somehow dislodged itself upwards, so I just pushed it back down and no more leaks! I gave the motor a firm tug, and it popped out easily again, is that suppose to happen? It doesn't seem to lock or clip in, it just pushes downwards, and seems to seal itself?