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when changing transfer case shift motor, is there any reset

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when changing transfer case shift motor, is there any reset procedure for the computer, or does the transfer case have to be in 2wd,4wd or neutral,4 low
no..this model doesnt need to be reprogramed...
the motor should come preset to where it needs to be..
this should help
1999 Chevy Truck K 1500 Truck 4WD V8-5.3L
Transfer Case Service and Repair, Procedures: New Venture 241, 243 and Borg-Warner 4401, 4470, On-Vehicle Service, Motor/Encoder Replacement (Selectable 4WD)
1. Remove the transfer case shield.
2. Remove the transfer case wiring harness connectors from the motor/Encoder.

3. Remove the four bolts that secure the motor/Encoder to the transfer case.

1. Install the with a motor/Encoder.
2. Install the four bolts securing the motor/Encoder to the transfer case.
- Tighten the motor/Encoder bolts to 25 Nm (18 ft. lbs.).
- Remove all gasket material remaining from the motor/Encoder.
- Ensure the motor/Encoder aligns properly with the transfer case interior shifting components.
- Align the motor/Encoder mating surface detent with the transfer case mating surface detent.

3. Install the wiring harness connectors to the motor/Encoder.
4. Install the transfer case shield. Refer to Shield Replacement.
5. Perform a functional test on the electronic shift select system in order to test the motor/Encoder. Refer to Transfer Case Functional Test

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