This post is paying it forward on the SEO for people repairing their own Kenmore Dishwasher. The repair is VERY managable but requires an undocumented clear code at the end of the replacement.
If you get an F4-E1 (washer pump bad) code, then you MUST clear the code after you replace the drive motor. The reset code is pressing any three bottons in a 1-2-3 sequence three times (so 1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2-3). I took a picture of my unit with all lights on after I entered the diagnostic code.
Kudos to Kenmore for making their unit incredibly servicable.
Replacing the drive components was EASY because of their thoughtful design. The repair basically replaced all the mechanical parts of the device as a single unit for $250 (a new unit is about $900). Once I had the drive, it only required removing a few obvious connections. The parts effectively snap together.
My only element of panic when I put the unit back together with the new parts and got the original code again. Entering the clear code made everything work. While it’s easy to find the parts, the reset code is NOT easy to find. Hopefully, this post helps you resolve this final step in the repair!