Cardone Industries 48-207 Transfer Case Motor

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Transfer Case Motor

Fits: 97-01 Ford Expedition, 97 Ford F-150, 97 Ford F-250, 97 Ford F-250 HD, 98-02 Lincoln Navigator

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CARDONE® Remanufactured Transfer Case Motors are designed to meet or exceed O.E. performance. Reverse engineering provides insight into how and why the unit originally failed, allowing our engineers to identify and correct original design weaknesses. Each unit is 100% computer tested at three points during the remanufacturing process to ensure reliability. CARDONE is committed to getting your vehicle back to peak performance with our direct-replacement transfer case motors.

BRAND: Cardone Reman


  • Ford Expedition 2001-97, F-150 1997, F-250 1997, F-250 HD 1997; Lincoln Navigator 2002-98
  • Reman. Transfer Case Motor
  • Remanufactured Transfer Case Motor
  • Transfer Case Motor
  • Transfer Case Motor, Transfer Case, TCM


Component Housing MaterialSteel
Connector/Terminal ConfigurationBullet
FAQsYes, 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.
FAQsA crescent wrench can be used for this operation.
FAQsThe replacement motor drive is in a different position, can I reposition before installing?
FAQsCan I install the replacement motor if my Tranfer Case motor failed in 4 Wheel Drive low or high?
FAQsWhat tool can I use to manually shift the transfer case into the two-wheel drive position before I install the replacement motor?
FAQsThis 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 axle lock actuator. If the axle lock does not engage, the motor cannot complete its engagement.
FAQsWhat drivetrain position is the replacement motor drive placed in?
FAQsDo not operate motor off the Transfer Case or you will damage the motor and set an error code that must be cleared before the motor will operate. Shift the Transfer Case into the position of the motor to install.
FAQsThe replacement motor drive is factory-set in the 2 wheel drive position.
FAQsThe Service 4WD light is on and/or the 4WD is inoperative. What could cause this condition?
Features and BenefitsMotor magnets are 100% recharged for superior performance and reliability.
Features and BenefitsEvery motor is assembled with the precise amount of lubricant to ensure quiet operation and long life.
Features and BenefitsEach unit is 100% computer tested at 3 points during the remanufacturing process for guaranteed performance.
Features and BenefitsAll motors are 100% torque tested to ensure strength for proper gear engagement.
Features and BenefitsTransfer case motor sensors are 100% replaced with new, O.E.-quality sensors for superior performance and long product life.
Package ContentsTransfer Case Motor; Instruction Sheet
Product ConditionRemanufactured



  • Ford: YL3Z7G360AA
  • Lincoln: YL3Z7G360AA
  • Lincoln: F75Z7G360AA
  • Ford: F75Z7G360AA
  • Ford: YL1Z7G360AA
  • Lincoln: YL1Z7G360AA


  • 1997-1997 Ford F-150
  • 1997-2001 Ford Expedition
  • 1997-1997 Ford F-250 HD
  • 1998-2002 Lincoln Navigator
  • 1997-1997 Ford F-250
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Cardone offers a limited lifetime warranty on most of their automotive parts.
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