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Won't go into 4x4

Won't go into 4x4

Postby tnfarmboy [OP] » Jan 12 2011, 4:38am

I have a 2003 Silverado 1500 4x4 with manual transfer case & auto transmission. It has always been hard to get into four wheel drive like the linkage was in a bind. Now I can’t get it to go in at all. I took the linkage off at the transfer case and the linkage moves freely so it’s internal in the transfer case. Has anybody else had this issue?

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Re: Won't go into 4x4

Postby koolz71 » Jan 12 2011, 4:01pm

Sounds like something is either broken off or has gotten stuck inside your transfer case. Sounds like this may have been an ongoing issue and may have just finally let loose. I would recomend taking it to a shop that you trust have them look at it. As for hearing of this issue. I havent heard that...most the time i hear the linkage moves freely but will not engage..so im not sure
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