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Transfer Case Motor Install Help!!

So i am trying to install a new transfer case motor on my 99 f250. I got the old transfer case motor off fine, but when trying to install the new one, i realized that the the male end connected to the truck was not aligned with the female end on the new motor. Forgive me for my lack of knowledge of the correct terms. I will attach a picture to help explain what I am talking about. Please let me know if there is a way to rotate the male end on the truck so i can align it correctly. Thanks!
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The old motor is on the left and as you can tell the rectangular female end is at a slightly different posistion than on the new motor on the left. I didn't try hard to rotate the new one because I don't want to brake anything, but it didn't seem to want to move at all. What do I do?
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sorry, new motor on the right*
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you should be able to turn the shaft i know guys remove the motor and manualy shift the t case when they have an issue and need to get out of LOW
i think you can turn the electric motor port also

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You might get more answers posting in the section relevant to your year of truck. The trucks relevant to this section all had manual transfer cases, so most folks here won't be familiar with that motor (exception would be those fellas who have both generations of truck).
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You might get more answers posting in the section relevant to your year of truck. The trucks relevant to this section all had manual transfer cases, so most folks here won't be familiar with that motor (exception would be those fellas who have both generations of truck).
Thanks I missed that = moved it for him

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Thanks A lot!
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Plug the new motor into the harness before installing on the t case. Cycle the 4x4 switch in the cab and stop it where ever it was when you removed the old one. Should go to the same position.

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