Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair30 - 60 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
carol From rocky ford, CO
Jun 21, 2009
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First I turned washer on its side. I removed clamps on hoses that connect to water pump.Then I removed hoses and clips that hold water pump. I moved water pump to side and removed clip retaining screws. Took screwdriver and pryed clips from motor. Removed motor. Pryed old coupler off motor then pryed old coupler off transmission. Took a drift and hammer and drove coupler half on motor then drove other half on transmission. Put rubber coupler middle on transmission coupler. Installed motor on transmission, put clips back on motor and retaining screws. Installed water pump and retaining clips. Put hoses back on water pump.
You cant see clip retaining screws you have to feel around for them.
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Part Number: PS1485646