1FIRST, take a small punch and do light matching indents on the cap (and where it lines up with the motor), the motor body and the motor end-plate. This allows you to get it back into the right position. Remove the two bolts that run through the length of the motor and pull the motor away. The motor may require force to remove it. Never lever it up and down as it can damage internals. Instead, twist the motor to break the seal and then pull it back.