Question about Kenmore 22932 Top Load Washer
Remove the water pump by removing the two retaining clips. You do not have to remove the drain hoses. Just push the pump aside with the hoses still attached. Disconnect the wiring harness from the drive motor (good idea to unplug the washer before you attempt this). Remove the two stay screws on the retaining clips for the motor. Once the screws are removed, take a flat blade screwdriver and gently pop the two clips from the drive motor. Remove the bottom clip first, then place one hand under the motor before releasing the top clip. Be careful, the motor has some weight to it. Directly behind the motor is the motor coupling. There will be one plastic three-prong piece attached to the motor and one piece attached to the transmission. A black rubber bushing connects the two halves together. Look for rips or tears in the rubber bushing and/or broken pieces from the coupler. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
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