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Got a late year 1999 silverado z71 .. never had a slip or any problems with the transmission ... Jump in the truck, went a mile to the store....come back out  started it ...put it in drive and nothing.... I put it in 4 high and it moves... I drove it a mile to the house in 4 high ...... Any help or ideas before I remove it to get rebuilt and find out it was something simple...thanks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I wouldnt get the trans rebuilt. If it were the trans you wouldnt be able to drive in 4 wheel either.  Did you try putting it back in 2 wheel after you got home?  How did it shift in 4 wheel?  You have reverse? How is the tranny fluid? Do you have push button 4 wheel drive or floor manual shift?  I would expect your problems to be an electrical issue or failed actuator based off what you described. Dumb question but is your drive shaft hooked up in the rear? 

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Probably either the transfer case linkage and/or the transfer case itself.

When in RWD and put in gear did the speedometer indicate anything?

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