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 Post Posted: Sat Jan 03, 2009 10:43 pm 
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Has anybody put new brushes in there CSR water Pump? How did you get the four brushes back in.. I had to take the cap off  to put the wire back on the spade and now it looks like it going to be a bear trying to hold all four brushes to get the cap back on..... :-k

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Have fun  ;-) , I had to solder a wire back on in mine and yes they are a bugger to do.Look where the brushes slide in , there might be small holes where ya can put in a small piece of wire to hold them down like alt. brushes. Cant quit remember though.

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 Post Posted: Sun Jan 04, 2009 8:47 am 
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Like Brian said there is a small hole to slide in after you get one brush in the brush holder...

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Thanks guys I will check it out Monday when I make it over to the shop.. =D>

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I just put a seal in mine this weekend!

They ought to send directions!

Here's how you do it:

Look at the brush holder.  Near the end of it there is a hole in each side.  Press the brush in with your finger and then press it a little farther in with a screwdriver.  Take a very small wire and insert it through both holes.  It will hold the brush back.  Use a wire that is about 5-6" long.  Leave it hanging out the side.  Do this for all the brushes.  Next put the motor partially back together (within about 1/16" to 1/8").  Now pull all the wires out and it will slide together the rest of the way.

I used strands of copper out of an AWG 14 wire.  These are small, flexible, and easily fit through the holes.

I hope this information helps.  Once you do it once it's really easy.

I'd put a new seal in while you're in there!

Good luck!

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 Post Posted: Sun Feb 15, 2009 8:48 pm 
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Exactly like Matt described except I used torch tip cleaners. \:D/

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