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Introduction

This guide will show you how to replace the diaphragm assembly. A faulty diaphragm assembly can lead to a few different issues including irregular shaking, grinding, or leaking grease.

  1. Remove the ten 19mm T20 Torx screws shown in red.
    • Remove the ten 19mm T20 Torx screws shown in red.

  2. Remove the red Housing Assembly by lifting it up off of the tool.
    • Remove the red Housing Assembly by lifting it up off of the tool.

  3. Remove the two 10mm T-10 Torx screws that attach the top brush holders to the motor housing. Remove the two 10mm T-10 Torx screws that attach the bottom brush holders to the motor housing.
    • Remove the two 10mm T-10 Torx screws that attach the top brush holders to the motor housing.

    • Remove the two 10mm T-10 Torx screws that attach the bottom brush holders to the motor housing.

  4. Using a metal spudger, pry off each brush holder. Using a metal spudger, pry off each brush holder.
    • Using a metal spudger, pry off each brush holder.

  5. Remove the four 37mm T20 Torx screws shown in red. Remove the four 37mm T20 Torx screws shown in red. Remove the four 37mm T20 Torx screws shown in red.
    • Remove the four 37mm T20 Torx screws shown in red.

  6. Pull the front portion of the tool out from the motor housing. Pull the front portion of the tool out from the motor housing.
    • Pull the front portion of the tool out from the motor housing.

  7. Remove the two 11.5mm T10 Torx screws shown in red. Remove the two 11.5mm T10 Torx screws shown in red. Remove the two 11.5mm T10 Torx screws shown in red.
    • Remove the two 11.5mm T10 Torx screws shown in red.

  8. Pull the 120V armature assembly out of the diaphragm assembly. Pull the 120V armature assembly out of the diaphragm assembly.
    • Pull the 120V armature assembly out of the diaphragm assembly.

  9. Using a metal spudger, pry the diaphgram assembly out of the gear case. Using a metal spudger, pry the diaphgram assembly out of the gear case.
    • Using a metal spudger, pry the diaphgram assembly out of the gear case.

  10. Now that you have loosened the diaphragm, you can now pull it out of the gear case. Now that you have loosened the diaphragm, you can now pull it out of the gear case.
    • Now that you have loosened the diaphragm, you can now pull it out of the gear case.

  11. The diaphragm assembly will be lathered in grease. In order to move forward, you may want to give it a wipe down to remove any extra grease. After removing some grease (if needed), remove the two 15mm T20 Torx screws shown in red. After removing some grease (if needed), remove the two 15mm T20 Torx screws shown in red.
    • The diaphragm assembly will be lathered in grease. In order to move forward, you may want to give it a wipe down to remove any extra grease.

    • After removing some grease (if needed), remove the two 15mm T20 Torx screws shown in red.

  12. Now pull the reduction gear assembly up and out of the diaphragm. Now pull the reduction gear assembly up and out of the diaphragm. Now pull the reduction gear assembly up and out of the diaphragm.
    • Now pull the reduction gear assembly up and out of the diaphragm.

  13. Remove the metal piston  from the diaphragm assembly. Remove the metal piston  from the diaphragm assembly.
    • Remove the metal piston from the diaphragm assembly.

  14. Using a metal spudger, pry the o-ring off of the assembly. Using a metal spudger, pry the o-ring off of the assembly. Using a metal spudger, pry the o-ring off of the assembly.
    • Using a metal spudger, pry the o-ring off of the assembly.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Which is the correct position of the Shift knob assembly ?

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