first you should check if the washer isn't spraying at all, or if it has low pressure/dribbling when operated. If there is nothing at all coming out then you likely have a loose hose that has come popped off the washer jet, usually caused by not enough slack in the hose under the cowl panels,or it has become pulled off by the misrouting and hitting the wiper linkage. Below i have posted the procedure to remove the cowl panel to inspect the hose. IF it is still secured to the jet then you have a plugged jet, and can either try blowing it out from both ways to free the blockage, or you can replace it.
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NOTE: The windshield wiper motor must be cycled to make sure that it is in the park position. If necessary, adjust the wiper pivot arms.
CAUTION: To avoid breaking the retaining hooks on the cowl grille panel, do not pull up on the rear of the cowl grille panel.