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Old 11-27-2010, 03:13 PM
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transfer case shift motor

anyone got a wiring schematic that can give me what each color of wire does going into the transfercase shift motor

2003 f250 6.0 4x4 4 door short box

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Old 11-27-2010, 03:38 PM
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late production (torq) 03 connector 350a

pin 1, circuit 763, OG/WH, Motor Position 2
pin 2, circuit 976, OG, in ON/OFF
pin 3, circuit 764, BN/WH, Motor Position 3
pin 4, circuit 3659, BK/PK, Transfer case, Neutral, signal
pin 5, circuit 771, VT/YE, Motor Position 5
pin 6, circuit 770, WH, Motor Position 4

all wires come from the 4x4 module
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Old 11-28-2010, 04:27 PM
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first of all thank you very much

second of all anyone have any idea why theres s;o many motor positions? and what each position is aka which wire for 4hi 4 lo

thanks
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first of all thank you very much

second of all anyone have any idea why theres s;o many motor positions? and what each position is aka which wire for 4hi 4 lo

thanks
eric
4hi, 4lo, 2wd there is only three positions.
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obviously theres only 3 real positions , but if you would read above what the wiring colors mean it claims there is 4 different motor positions

i'm trying to define which is which
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obviously theres only 3 real positions , but if you would read above what the wiring colors mean it claims there is 4 different motor positions

i'm trying to define which is which
The T-case has 4 positions, 2wd, 4hi, 4lo, and neutral. But you only can choose 3 of the 4.
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Old 11-30-2010, 08:18 AM
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true good point thanks

now back to my question which wire color for 4 lo ? wire color for 4hi? etc....
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Old 11-30-2010, 08:22 AM
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Oh I just had my wiring repaired at the dealership back in October. Cost me 1200 dollars. My transfer case would not shift into 4wd. I had damage to the wiring harness. 800 dollars labor, 400 dollars in parts.
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