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TM9-6115-667-13&P drive    shaft    with    a    wrench    while    applying    hydraulic pressure.      Turn   the   shaft   both   with   and   against   the hydraulic pressure until the Hyrevz motor starts and runs freely. REPLACEMENT 1. Place   the   Hyrevz   motor   (31,   figure    2)    in    a softjawed  vise.    Install  the  Hyrevz  motor  on  the  motor adapter  plate  (30)  using  the  two  5/16-18  x  3/4  inch/i  19 mm long capscrews (28). 2. Secure   the   motor   adapter   plate    (30)    to    the inboard engine end adapter (26) using the four 3/816 x 2 inch/51  mm  long  capscrews  (25),    3.    Perform  steps  1 through 8 of the  ROTOR  REPLACEMENT  procedure  to complete the reassembly. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE DIRTY, MOIST, OR SALT MOISTURE ENVIRONMENTS EVERY 90 DAYS If  the  unit  is  operated  or  stored  in  a  dirty,  moist,  or  salt moisture  environment  the  electrical  contacts,  rotor,  and stator should be inspected and cleaned every 90 days or as deemed necessary. CLEAN AND DRY ENVIRONMENTS EVERY 12 MONTHS If   the   unit   is   operated   or   stored   in   a   clean   and   dry environment   the   electrical   contacts,   rotor,   and   stator should be inspected and cleaned every 12 months or as deemed necessary. No other preventative maintenance is required. 12

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