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New Shift Motor

I just put a new shift motor in my 1354 electric T-Case. Right now the Tranny and T-Case are out of the truck. My question is will this new motor work or will I have to play with the adjustment screws to dial it in? I wasn't sure if the sensors would automatically tell it how far to turn. Thank
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Somebody has to have put in a new transfer case motor. Please???
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As long as the t-case shaft was pointing at 2wd and you didnt twist the motor while installing it you should be fine
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Yea I wasn't thinking, I had to rotate the motor a tad to get it lined up with the 2WD. I'll have to pull it back off of there.
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