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  1. Well in my case the new Steeper Motor came with a plastic cap that had an insert with splines. So, I mark the old Steeper motor and I aligned the new one to match exactly the same position where the old one was. I utilized the plastic cap and rotated until it look identical to the mark of the old one. I apply some grease and it went in like butter. I change the Steeper Motor and the module to the new serial number mention above. And of course I change my 5 year old battery (even thought voltage was ok.) Finally, my 4 wheel warning light is gone on my Porsche Ca
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  2. hey guys, I have an 04 cayenne that has been running fine. Well we got some a load of ice here in Texas and I had to get out in it. I put the car in the the low 4wd mode witch it seemed to do without issue but I thought better of it and tried to put it back in "regular" drive mode. However it's stuck in low. when I turn the car off and then back on, i try to turn off 4wd it does nothing for a few seconds and then a "4wd system faulty" comes up on the screen. I've tried everything I know to get it back in normal mode but I'm out of ideas. So a couple of q's... Is there a way to manu
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  3. Have you measured output at the switch and from the switch?
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