2010 Maybach 62 Windshield Washer Pump Trico

  • Easy to install and come with complete instructions

Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2010 Maybach 62
23 In Stock
Best Price:

$40.50 USD
$48.60 USD
Brand Trico
Part # T2911-100
Condition New
Warehouse B

Trico

  • TRICO Spray Universal Washer Pump
  • TRICO Spray
  • TRICO has been a global leader in wiper technology for more than 90 years, providing reliable, innovative wiper blade products that come through at the moment you need them most. TRICO is the wiper blade company whose wiper systems and accessories are trusted to protect more drivers in North America than any other manufacturer. You can count on TRICO to provide trusted, quality wiper products to keep you safe.
    Some of the best TRICO products include the Force Beam Blade, Neoform Beam Blade, Tech Beam Blade, Exact Fit Wiper Blade, Chill Teflon Winter Blade, HD Heavy Duty Wiper Blade, Sense Wiper Blade, Teflon Shield Hybrid Blade, as well as the Spray Washer Pumps.

    TRICO has been a global leader in wiper technology for more than 90 years, providing reliable, innovative wiper blade products that come through at the moment you need them most. TRICO is the wiper blade company whose wiper systems and accessories are trusted to protect more drivers in North America than any other manufacturer. You can count on TRICO to provide trusted, quality wiper products to keep you safe.
    Some of the best TRICO products include the Force Beam Blade, Neoform Beam Blade, Tech Beam Blade, Exact Fit Wiper Blade, Chill Teflon Winter Blade, HD Heavy Duty Wiper Blade, Sense Wiper Blade, Teflon Shield Hybrid Blade, as well as the Spray Washer Pumps.

    Packaging

    bar code
    027998111006
    package quantity
    1
    length
    8.25 in
    width
    5.25 in
    height
    2.00 in
    weight
    0.33 lb
    Information on technical characteristics, the delivery set, the country of manufacture and the appearance of the goods is for reference only and is based on the latest information available at the time of publication.
    1. C. Faircloth "WalkingBearclaw"
      10 Jun, 2014
      Instal was easy, parts been working for almost 4 months no problems. It was a great price and if I need another one I'd order it from here.
    2. Lucas Smith
      24 Mar, 2014
      Worked great for my 2006 Chrysler Town and Country. To replace existing pump on my car all i had to do was1) remove a couple retainer screws on the front side of the passenger wheel well (pulling back wheel well panel) to access the pump at the bottom of the windshield washer reservoir .2) remove hoses and let the reservoir drain3) remove electrical connection (was the trickiest part to get disconnected, but not too hard)4) pull pump out of reservoir5) push new pump into reservoir (pump comes with tank gasket that you should replace at the same time)6) re-attach electrical and hoses and put the wheel well panel back in place.No special tools were required other then a screwdriver.I also found a helpful youtube video showing the whole process if anyone was interested. Just search for "Windshield washer pump replacement" by Danny Vincent
    3. lionel
      02 May, 2012
      as always AutoPartsWAY came through fast with their delivery and service(you can always depend on AutoPartsWAY for excelent service)Now the part,works well just like the other it¨s replacing and it was real easy to install.I¨ll be writing back with an update as to how long it lasts for the $17 I paid for it(instead of $27 at the parts store)
    4. Chaserbum
      04 Dec, 2011
      Ordered this for my 2002 Buick Rendezvous. Fits perfect. Instructions are short and sweet, but adequate for the job. Replaced in just a few minutes. Works just as the original part did before it died. The only thing different I noticed on this one vs. the original part, was that the grommet used to hold the pump into the reservoir on this one is slightly shorter, but doesn't seem to affect functionality. Great buy at a great price. I don't even want to know what this fix would have cost at a dealership or repair shop!
    5. Ody "ody"
      14 Oct, 2011
      works well on my 98 jeep cherokee. i purchase same product about 3 years ago and it went bad, but its inexpensive and i live in chicago, il, so i believe weather has something to do with failureUPDATE: Jan 2014 (orig purchase/install was Oct 2011 ~2.5 yrs), after severe weather (-19 Deg. BELOW zero), the water in line froze, so nothing was getting thru lines. after the weather thawed out, it is now functional. i've yet to look under the Jeep, but fact that it now pumping wiper fluid at +17 degree is ok by me.
    6. Aubrey J. Taylor
      14 Oct, 2011
      This washer seemed to be an exact duplicate of the original. As a result the seals, electrial plug, water lines all fit perfectly. The installation was very easy since everything fit. Once installed, I did a check and water was pumped at appropriate pressure to both back and front windows. The washer was installed on a 2001 PT Cruiser. I would recommend this product.
    7. Diane Franklin
      31 Mar, 2011
      Even though the AutoPartsWAY illustration didn't look exactly like the pump on my 1977 Chevrolet pickup, it installed & worked. I bought the pump because of the previous good feedback. I followed other reviewers' suggestions pertaining to the wire colors.
    8. J. M. Stewart
      26 Jan, 2011
      I have a '76 GMC Sierra P/U. Great truck in great shape, but anyone that has had an old chevy knows that the mechanical washer pump is a bit of a joke. I have struggled to keep this truck stock (if you saw it you would understand), but after a trip to the junk yard for a replacement that failed, then two more aftermarket pump units that also failed I was at a complete loss.Luckily I found this unit. It looks perfect under the hood, doesn't require an inch of new wire and only took about 10-15 minutes to install. Now when I hit the button I get a steady stream of water that automatically shuts off. No more loud clunking noise like the original unit, this just works.I will say that the instructions on wire colors make absolutely no sense. But, thanks to another comment on here I learned that the blue wire goes to the right. You use the original connector in the car for this, so again really easy.If you have a 70's GM and you can't stand that...
    9. C. Kleist
      12 Oct, 2009
      I bought this pump for my 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix. Direct replacement for stock, went in easily. For those of you with the same car (fits 2003-2007) you get at the pump by taking off the plastic in the passenger side fender well. There are 5 or 6 screws, then it pops out. Would be easier if you jack up the vehicle and remove the front tire. Unhook the wiring harness, pop off the hose, and the pump just pulls out.Works great. It is what it is, a washer pump.Update! 5/23/11The pump I'd reviewed previously has failed. I have purchased and installed another Trico and hope that it lasts this time. I still think the price is fair, I'd just warn it might not be as durable as the original equipment (which lasted 6+ years compared with less than 2).

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