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2017 GMC Sierra 3500 HD Transfer Case Motor Dorman

P311-1CA10A0    600-914  New

19258697 , 23319285 , 48-121 , 84115497

Dorman Transfer Case Motor
  • ; w/RPO Code NQF (2 Speed, Electric Shift, MP1625/1626 Transfer Case)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Quantity: 1
    • Connector Shape: Rectangular
    • Mounting Hardware Included: No
    • Mounting Hole Quantity: 3
    • Sprocket Tooth Quantity: 17
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 8
    • Terminal Type: Blade
    • Wire Quantity: 0
    • Wiring Harness Included: No
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type
2017 - GMC Sierra 3500 HD 4WD
2009 GMC Sierra 3500 HD Transfer Case Motor Cardone - Transfer Case Motor

P311-3E80F03    83-121  New

19133169 , 19256065 , 84115497

Cardone Transfer Case Motor
  • Option Codes are on the Service Parts Identification sticker; w/2 Speed, Electric Shift Transfer Case (NQF)
  • Transfer Case Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • Component Housing Material: Aluminum
    • Connector/Terminal Configuration: Blade
    • E-Waste: Yes
    • FAQs:
      • A Crescent Wrench Can Be Used For This Operation.
      • Can I Install The Replacement Motor If My Transfer Case Motor Failed In 4 Wheel Drive Low Or High?
      • Do Not Operate The Motor While It Is Off The Transfer Case. This Can Damage The Motor And Set An Error Code That Must Be Cleared Before The Motor Will Operate Again. Shift The Transfer Case Into The Position Of The Motor To Install.
      • The Replacement Motor Drive Is Factory-set In The 2 Wheel Drive Position.
      • The Replacement Motor Drive Is In A Different Position, Can I Reposition Before Installing?
      • The Service 4wd Light Is On And/or The 4wd Is Inoperative. What Could Cause This Condition?
      • This May Be Caused By A Transfer Case Control Module Calibration Issue. Check For Dtc's And Calibration Version ? There May Be A Software Update From The Original Equipment Manufacturer. If The Motor Attempts To Shift, But Sounds Weak, Check The Front Ax
      • What Drivetrain Position Is The Replacement Motor Drive Placed In?
      • What Tool Can I Use To Manually Shift The Transfer Case Into The Two-wheel Drive Position Before I Install The Replacement Motor?
      • Yes, The Transfer Case Should Be Manually Shifted Into The Two-wheel Drive Position At The Shift Shaft Before The Installation Of The Replacement Motor. Typically The Positions Are Spring-loaded And Can Be Rotated Manually.
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Designed To Give The Precise Amount Of Power To The Transmission For A Smooth Transition When Changing From 2-wheel Drive To 4-wheel Drive.
      • Designed To Match O.e. Fit And Function For Easy Installation.
      • Every Motor Is Assembled With The Precise Amount Of Lubricant To Ensure Quiet Operation And Long Life.
      • Load Testing Ensures Torque Power Specification Meets Industry Standards.
    • First Application Year: 2007
    • Product Condition: New
  • Building on decades of experience using reverse engineering to remanufacture automotive motors, CARDONE engineers have meticulously designed and tested our brand-new transfer case motors to match O.E. fit and performance. Each unit is load-tested to ensure the torque power specification meets industry standards. As a direct-fit O.E. replacement, CARDONE® New Transfer Case Motors provide ease of installation and reliability you can count on.
Brand: Cardone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type
2009 - GMC Sierra 3500 HD 4WD

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07 Commander Hemi - cold start vibration/noise already replaced transfer case motor

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Question From kandmgard on 07 Commander Hemi - cold start vibration/noise already replaced transfer case motor

Hi - hoping someone will have an idea about this issue because my service tech is stumped and we're frustrated and wanting to plan a road trip...

my husband and I have an 07 Commander Limited Hemi 4X4, purchased new, not driven on a daily basis, has about 22,000 miles

with a cold start (been sitting overnight), there's a vibration/noise that happens when the vehicle starts to move, either in reverse or forward, seems to possibly start/worsen as you turn (ie. exiting a parking space or our driveway), goes away very quickly and won't come back unless the vehicle sits for a long time - it feels a little like the ABS is catching - there's a grinding/hesitating/bumpy feel to the vibration

we've driven it to the dealership and it won't replicate unless it sits for 24 to 48 hours - we drove it in on a Wed. morning and let it sit until Friday morning, then went up and drove it, got it to do this once when the service guy and a tech were in the car (for all of about 5 seconds that time but at least they no longer think we're crazy) - the tech thought it was the transfer case motor, unplugged it and it didn't do it so they replaced it and it didn't do it - we picked it up, drove it home, went to drive it two days later, and same thing happened - the dealership never let it sit long enough to replicate and assumed it was fixed - no change in the issue at all

we took it back and they visually inspected the brake system, checked fittings, etc., then let it sit overnight, didn't do it, sent it to be detailed, didn't do it, drove it again and didn't do it, we picked it up and it sat three days, did it

they ran diagnostic and nothing showed up, there's never been a check engine light seemed that when it first started, it lasted a couple of seconds (only long enough to wonder if you felt something and then it was gone and wouldn't do it again that day), then it slowly progressed over months (we sometimes don't even drive it in a week, especially this winter) - it started lasting the first 1/4 mile or so driven so we worried it was something progressing to a serious issue and finally took it to the dealership and have been fighting it ever since - heat of the summer may have lessened it because while it's been hotter out, it lasts a few seconds instead of the first minute or two it seemed to be lasting while it was cooler out but I recently parked it on a very hot day at work on an upward incline (about 25-30 degree incline) and when I left for lunch (usually not sitting long enough to duplicate) it did it as I rolled down and turned to exit my parking space and continued for the 1/4 to 1/2 mile that day

we're unsure about what the issue may be - anyone else experienced this?

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

Well I don't see too many Commanders, so I haven't seen this exact problem but it does sound a little like a steering problem I've seen on newer low mileage Caravans....

The Carvans have a low speed & stopped shudder problem. The is a TSB for it, where the p/s hp line is replaced with a longer one & cooler installed if there isn't already one. I also flush the system. This problem does last longer than the one you are describing but just you mentioning it gets worse when turning I would want to rule it out as a possible cause..... I'm sure they must of looked at it....

I'm away from my data base, so I can't see if the Commanders have any TSBs for this problem but I would look in to it.....

That's about the only thing the pops into my mind at the moment

Response From kandmgard

Thanks for the idea, Sidom - I'm trying to pass along as many ideas as I can to the dealership when I take it back in this week

they said that they'd checked for any bulletins on my issue but didn't find anything that seemed to apply - I will print your response and take it with me :-)

I'm not sure they've thought of a power steering related problem - I think they've all been standing around with their cup of coffee and scratching their heads...

any other thoughts would be greatly appreciated

four wheel drive trouble with 97 f150

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Question From mik05 on four wheel drive trouble with 97 f150

I have a 97 f150 with a big problem. I thought my transfer case motor was bad so I replaced it. After installing it I put it in four wheel drive and it went into it but hard. Now it will not come out of it. I disconnected the wires that go to it and the light went out but still felt like it was stuck in 4x4. Drove it less than 300 yards to see if it would disengage and it still felt like it was engaged than the truck started making a beeping noise what should I do

Response From Discretesignals

You should have the GEM scanned to see what trouble codes it may be storing. Need a high end scan tool interface the GEM.

Response From mik05 Top Rated Answer

I finally got the truck to shift into 4 wheel high so that's a start. I tried park,neutral, all gear, forward, and reverse just don't want to go into 2 wheel drive. What else can I try? Any suggestions?

2000 chevy s10 4wd want shift

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Question From countryboy4life on 2000 chevy s10 4wd want shift

I have a 2000 Chevy blazer 4.3 and the 4wd does not work I have replaced the tccm and it want shift into 4wd but when I try to put it in 4wd the light just blinks but nothing happens and when I push the 2wd the tccm clicks like it shifted from 4wd to 2wd but it never shifted into 4wd what can I do to get it working again. I have no lights blinking or any thing that makes it look like something going wrong PLEASE HELP

Response From gsferraro

Those encoder motors have a high failure rate, i would only use an OE one(thats what ive learned from past experiance) Was this ever scanned to see if there are any codes or was live data evr checked. Was the tccm that you installed new? Is it by the right kickpanel? Gary
Do not use a doorman encoder motor. the 4x4 switch on the dash goes bad as well(just did a 98 with a bad switch)

Response From countryboy4life

yes it was new the TCCM is sending the signal but nothing is happening and the pluger looking this want even move by it self iv cleaned it and even b4 I cleaned it it moved freely but iv had people to look at it and they say it might be the cable leading to the frount end it engage the 4wd might be locked up or the achuwator is bad and yes the tccm is on the left side kick panel.... what can I do every thing on the inside is working like it should but when I try yo but it in 4wd it does nothing the light blinks like it should but the 4wd want engage but when I mash the 2wd the TCCM clicks like it tried to engage it but it didn,t

Response From gsferraro

I dont believe there is a cable, should be all wires. Something you can try, you will need a helper. Turn the key on have your helper push the 4hi button and tap the encoder with a hammer and see if it moves. Gary

Response From countryboy4life

where is the encoder and if that don't wrok what else

Response From gsferraro Top Rated Answer

The encoder motor is the transfer case motor bolted to the transfer case, the switch on the dash goes bad as well. Gary

Response From countryboy4life

ok thank you ill let u know if that works and the 4 push buttons are new one the dash

97 Mazda B4000 4wd Issue

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Question From dmelvin on 97 Mazda B4000 4wd Issue

So this winter I discovered to my dismay that my 4wd would only randomly work on my Mazda truck. Off and on I would turn the switch to the 4wd position and it would the vast majority of the time have the vehicle remain in 2wd. Any input on this issue would be vastly appreciated; my initial thoughts go towards a leak in the vacuum line.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

I believe that your truck doesn't use vacuum to engage the front end. The Ford Ranger and Mazda of that year had the automatic locking hub system that would engage the front axles to the hubs when the transfer case applied torque to the front drive shaft. Often times on those the locking hub on one side would grind or not engage causing no four wheel drive.

Does your transfer case lock the front drive shaft to the rear drive shaft when the four wheel drive doesn't work?

If the transfer case motor runs and the transfer case locks the front and rear drive shafts together, but you still don't have 4wd, you need to inspect the hubs.

If the drive shaft doesn't lock, you either have a mechanical problem in the transfer case or an electrical problem with the transfer case shift system. The GEM controls the functions of the 4wd and does store codes if there is a problem in the system. You may need to have the GEM scanned if you find that you have an electrical issue.

Response From dmelvin

Okay Ill try to check tomorrow and get back to you on your questions, thanks for the initial input