③ Remove the screws that secure the water guide.
④ Disconnect the hall sensor and stator connection
before removing the stator in the subsequent
⑤ Remove the six screws securing the rotor.
⑥ Check the position of the snap ring, being sure it
faces the rotor and stator.
⑦ To keep from dropping the stator, loosen the six
bolts almost all the way; then hold the stator in
one hand while removing the bolts with the other.
⑧ Be careful during removal and replacement to
avoid cutting, nicking, or pinching any of the
wires. This could cause a short or electrical noise
in the machine.