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Transfer case i have a 99 chevy 1500 and it has the push button 4wd but the 4hi and 4low dont wor only the auto4wd drive does. i have gone over everything and cant figure it out. please help

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You have a faulty control solenoid in the transfer case this is ecm controled . the part itself can be prchased for replacement at either the dealership or at a Napa,Oreillys,etc.. please rate this thanks

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