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T-case motor connectors...


2813josh

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So I ordered a new tc motor from Rock Auto...the wrong one :sad:. The one I got has the single connector and the one on the truck has the sensor and another wire going to the case. My question is, should I be able to just swap the harness from the old motor or are there other differences in the motor that won't allow it to work? :icon_confused: I don't want to have to ship it back but I also don't want to cut the harness if it's not going to work...
 


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It's normal. You have to remove the speed sensor wires and the brown magnetic clutch wire from the old motor and swap them into the new one. There should be a red plastic locking clip inside the connector. Pull that out and look into the connector and you'll see the tiny tabs that hold the wires in the connector. Use a small pick or screwdriver to bend them back slightly while you pull the wires out the back of the connector. Make sure you get the wires back into the right locations.
 


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