HYDRAULIC MOTOR REPAIR (CONT)
Death or serious injury could result by repeated and/or prolonged breathing and/or
skin contact of drycleaning solvent P-D-680. Use in a well-ventilated area. Do
not use near open flame or in excessive heat. The flash point of this solvent is
Note location and orientation of parts prior to disassembly to aid in assembly.
Parts should be installed to same position from which they were removed.
Clean outside of motor with drycleaning solvent (item 59, Appendix E) and dry thoroughly.
Scribe matchmarks at junction of body (1) and cover (2) to make sure parts will be installed in same location
and orientation that they are removed.
Remove woodruff key (3) and snap ring (4) from drive gear shaft (5).
Use soft-jawed vise and light clamping pressure to avoid damaging motor.
Secure unit in soft-jawed vise with shaft end down.
Remove four bolts (6) and four washers (7) that s cure pump body (1) to cover (2).
To separate cover (2) from body (1) hold motor, drive end up, and tap end of drive gear shaft with plastic
headed mallet. Do not use metal hammer.
Use one hand to support cover from underneath to keep from dropping cover and
internal parts when dowels are removed.