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    Ft Mill SC

    pulling the motor

    I have the motor out of the sltx, my question is what is the best way to remove the wiring from the electrical box to the motor, I don't want to do something wrong and screw up!
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    Aug 2011
    Medina, Ohio, United States
    Remove all of the screws/bolts that are holding the box together. The wires have rubber grommets that are sandwiched together between the box itself and aluminum plates on the ends of the box and a small one on the top. Just need to carefully (with force) pry them off and pull the grommets free.....

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    Sep 2011
    Irish Hills, Michigan
    I crack open the electrical box, disconnect all the wires in the stator harness, pull those out the side of the electrical box after removing the grommet as described by BFC, roll up the loose end of the stator harness and tuck in under the cooling water rail. ~10 wires total. Most connect directly to CDI pigtails. Takes about 10 min to reconnect and verify operation during reassembly.

    Your picture looks like a remarkably familiar scene, lol.

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