Question about Dishwashers
Just pulled mine out last night. You have a different model but it should be the same. Remove the bottom dress panel and detach your inlet hose from the water valve assembly (have a rag handy to catch a little water). Two torx screws on the front free the the assembly. I had to open my door half way for better clearance and the part (with hose and wires attached) came forward about 3 to 4 inches to allow removal of the 3 wires (1 ground to chassis and 2 hot to the solenoid). The spade lugs were tight to pull off with a needle nose pliers and I scratched my door panel a little so protect it with a rag. Getting the hose off was the hardest as the clamp was hard to release and push back on the hose but a little persistence did the trick. Then I grabbed the assembly in one hand and with a pliers on the hose I could twist it to free it and pull the hose off.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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