Remove the hoses at the pump. Catch the excess oil in a pail or pan. Cap the hoses and plug the ports in
the pump to prevent contamination.
Remove the bolts holding the pump to the mount.
Remove the coupling guard and the shaft coupling following the instructions in Section 3-12-3.
Remove the pump.
The electric motor is bolted in place with four bolts. Remove these fasteners. Disconnect the ground strap
at the electric motor.
Remove the junction box cover on the electrical motor. Label the electrical wires and disconnect the three
power wires and the ground. Remove the electric motor.
The hydraulic pump should be tested and inspected by a qualified specialist. The manufacturer does not
provide repair instructions. Replace the pump with a new one if repairs cannot be effected.
Inspect the electric motor, repair and replace as needed.
Inspect the shaft coupling and replace the sleeve if it is damaged or worn.
Bolt the electric motor into place on the frame. The ground strap must be reinstalled to the motor.
Connect the wiring in the junction box following the markings made at disassembly. Place the cover on the
Install the coupling, according to the directions in section 3-12-3, onto the shafts and bolt the pump onto the
Align the shafts by shimming the electric motor or adjusting the pump on the mount.
Install the coupling guard.