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01-18-2019 04:19 PM
dieseldude If I remember correctly, a cover with two screws at end of motor, remove the cover, then will see two screw or bolt heads, these are long bolts that hold the motor to the housing. Remove these two, motor comes off.
01-18-2019 03:44 PM
Knucklebusta Should have 2 bolts or screws going through the motor housing attaching to the pump base.
Might be 2 hex heads or Phillips heads. Usually giving them a light tap with a hammer on the bit helps to break them loose. Good idea to use electrical grease on the threads and the mating surface of the pump motor.
01-18-2019 01:45 PM
WalterFGBS
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Originally Posted by markemig View Post
Hi All,
can anyone tell me how to remove the motor on a Snowdogg MD68? The manual is useless, and so is the factory help... Dire straights here....
Thank you!
Mark
You might need to go to the dealer...
01-18-2019 01:29 PM
markemig
How to remove motor on Snowdogg MD68

Hi All,
can anyone tell me how to remove the motor on a Snowdogg MD68? The manual is useless, and so is the factory help... Dire straights here....
Thank you!
Mark

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