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Trying to separate pump from housing but can't get it to turn far enough to clear the twist lock. is there something else to do before I can get it off?

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The pump and the motor are all one unit on this machine. If you have removed all the bolts holding the pump in and the hoses the pump and motor should be all in one piece.

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Remove the 2 parking light housing retaining screws ...


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Remove the mounting screws securing the lamp assembly

  1. After the screws are removed, pull the assembly from the vehicle.

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After the screws are removed, pull the assembly from the vehicle

  1. Disconnect the twist lock socket from the lens housing.

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Disconnect the twist lock socket from the lens housing

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To install:
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After the screws are removed, pull the assembly from the vehicle

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This one is simple to do but hard to explain. Your drain pump has most likely ingested something that it shouldn't have and locked up.

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You'll need;
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4.) putty knife
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Start by removing the front panel. Shine your flashlight into the gap between the top and fron panels. You'll see a couple of clips in there about 3" in from either side. Use your putty knife to slide into the gap and depress these clips while at the same time pulling out on the top of the front panel. Do this one side at a time. Now the front panel will rotate out about 45 degrees and lift off of the 2 clips at the bottom. Set the front panel aside.

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With your Pliers, pinch the TOP hose clamp and slide it up the hose a few inches. DON'T REMOVE THE HOSE JUST YET. Now grab the Shop-Vac 'cause it's about to get real wet around here.

OK, fire up the vac and have the hose real close to the hose you just removed the clamp from. Now GENTLY but firmly start pulling the hose off of the pump. What you're trying to do is get the hose far enough off the pump to start leaking BUT not all the way off (all the way off would cause a flood... bad thing). If the shop-vac gets too full, just push the hose back onto the pump, go empty the vac. and repeat this until there is no more water in the washer.

Now that the washer is empty, remove both hoses from it and remove the bolts securing it to the floor. You have the pump in your hand now... cool! Look in the intake, the big hole in the front. You will probably see the culprit in there. Try to dig it out. If you can't, then do this... use a pen and make a mark where the pump housing meets the pump motor. Like, make an "X" across both the pump and pump housing (this will make sure that it's lined back up correctly after the next step). Now use your phillips screwdriver and remove the 3 screws holding the housing to the pump. Then remove the pump housing. Now you can get that little bug-a-boo that locked up your pump!

All ya gotta do now is rebuild ever thing in the reverse order! Easy Breezy, right? Should be an hour to an hour and a half job, but worth it! My pump repair charge is $129.65 plus a $32.50 service call. Sounds like alot, right? It's not if you are an expert, hehe ;-)

Let us know how it turns out, OK?
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