Water is running down the shaft of the diverter valve motor. when the motor is removed the shaft on the motor does not turn manually. if the shaft is not turning, does this cause the water leak.
Answer Tom, No, Not really. The leak is due to the motor W10537869 not sealing to the sump W10455268 properly. The water leaking into the motor assembly eventually causes the motor to seize. You'll need to replace the motor and make sure you have it mounted properly and tightly to the sump.