Remove the four through bolts.
Heat the rear bearing seat with a heat gun until the rear housing reaches (129-140 °F (50-60 °C)).
Separate the rear housing from the drive-end housing by inserting a flat-blade screwdriver into the openings, and prying them apart.
NOTE: Be careful not to damage the stator with the tip of the screwdriver.
Separate the rear housing (A) and the drive-end housing (B) with the stator (C) attached to the rear housing.
If you are not replacing the front bearing and/or the rear bearing, go to step 15. Clamp the rotor (A) in a soft-jawed vise, then remove the pulley locknut.
Important Safety Precautions
You’ll find many safety recommendations throughout this section, and throughout this manual. The recommendations on this page are the ones we consider to be the most important. Always Wear Your ...
Multiplex Integrated Control System Description
Body Controller Area Network (B-CAN) and Fast Controller Area Network (F-CAN) The body controller area network (B-CAN) and the fast controller area network (F-CAN) share information between ...
Rotor Slip Ring Test
Measure the resistance between the slip rings (A): If the resistance is within the standard, go to step 22. If the resistance is not within the standard, replace the roto ...