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Old 09-09-2013, 06:56 AM   #15
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Triker56, that is the same noise mine is making. Where did you get your motor.
I made a mistake and took it to a RV shop and they got a motor from PG at $422. Plus another $475 in labor. :(
And the shop gets a lot of good reviews to this day, for their work on the internet. Go figure.

You should be able to find a replacement that will work in a google search for less then $200.

I found this one less then $300. Make sure of numbers that it is the right one.
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Old 09-09-2013, 10:29 AM   #16
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Carefull trailerking I will show up LOL
what part of the country are you located?
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada......That's about 2-1/2 hours North of North Dakota. You want to come in the summer time. In about a month we're likely going to have snow
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Thanks everyone for the info. I am going to try to get the motor rebuild. It is still working so maybe worth rebuilding. I hope.
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Mine is doing the same thing. I was quoted $800.00 to replace the motor by an RV dealer. Has any one removed the motor and installed a new one on their on? I think I would like to give lt. a shot, but I don't want to get myself hurt. Thanks.
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Mine is doing the same thing. I was quoted $800.00 to replace the motor by an RV dealer. Has any one removed the motor and installed a new one on their on? I think I would like to give lt. a shot, but I don't want to get myself hurt. Thanks.
Other members that posted here have replaced the motor. I am going to take mine off and don't see any problems. I am going to see if I can get it rebuilt.
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Other members that posted here have replaced the motor. I am going to take mine off and don't see any problems. I am going to see if I can get it rebuilt.
ME too! Has anyone on here, gave instructions on how exactly, to do this?
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By the way exactly where is the motor? Drivers or Passenger side? I have a 2002 Dolphin on a F53 chassis. Thanks
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By the way exactly where is the motor? Drivers or Passenger side? I have a 2002 Dolphin on a F53 chassis. Thanks
You are a few years overdue for a fluid change if it never has been done.
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By the way exactly where is the motor? Drivers or Passenger side? I have a 2002 Dolphin on a F53 chassis. Thanks
My Motor and pump is located right behind the front wheel on the passenger side.
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Here's a good mystery for you all!

My Power Jacks would not power on. My directionals would not work. Replaced the fuse for the directionals and they work AND the jack panel powers up! Not a coincidence, as this has happened twice now. Any thoughts?
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By the way exactly where is the motor? Drivers or Passenger side? I have a 2002 Dolphin on a F53 chassis. Thanks
On my 99 Dolphin the pump is right side in front of the radiator.

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Most auto electric shop can rebuild the pump motor. I had mind done 2 years ago for $100.00. Still working great today. Silicone seal around the base to keep the moisture out is a great idea.
Hey John. Just wondering, did you take the motor out yourself ?
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Hey I found the motor. When you take it loose, do you have to take the motor, and the pump assey. off together?
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Hi Zipp>

Yes. I took the motor off and found the whole job rather quick and easy. The motor comes off the pump assemble which stays on.

It is a matter of removing the large and small wires then the 2 long ( small head) bolts from the top of the pump motor. You will likely have to loosen or remove the large clamp holding the solenoid onto the side of the pump motor. Its pretty straight forward. Note once you remove the 2 long bolts from the top of the motor the pump may need to be wiggled or gently pried off the pump itself because over time water and condensation may have gotten in and rust may be present - be gentle as yo don't want to damage the shaft on the motor. the whole thing will slide off a large bearing that may or may not stay inside the pump ( mine stayed in) Suggestion take a picture of the wiring etc before you start for easy reassembly.

The motor is essentially a basic starter motor off a car so any decent auto electric shop can easily rebuild it.

One more suggestion. after you put is all back together, put a bead of silicone of similar sealer around the base where the motor contacts the pump to keep moisture from getting it.

Good luck and happy motoring.

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