Spent 10 years in the 80s/90s installing pools. I ripped out a 40+ year old in-ground at my home and figured I'd get some ROI on my pool installation experience so I decided to put another one back in and am now getting ready for the electrical inspector to sign-off before pouring the deck (or at least I thought I was). I just upgraded the power to 20A GFCi breaker and am running an older (6-10 years) 1.5hp Superpump which runs perfect until I connect the bonding wire to the pump housing at which point the GFCI trips. I metered a 2V drop between my bonding wire and pump housing connection and am now wondering if I have a minor short in the pump motor that is causing the voltage difference between the pump housing and the bonding wire. I never really did much pump electrical troubleshooting in my prior role and was wondering if shorted pump motors have this symptom when connecting to the bonding wires? I can't recall having issues when opening pools for folks back in the day but it seems if this is a symptom of a bad pump motor others should have issues upon opening their pools and this should be a known problem.