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1999 chev blazer

Going in to four wheel drive automatic without touching the button

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Transmission computer is receiving a sensor signal indicating that a wheel is losing traction also make sure all tires are same height and diameter ( worn and soft tires could cause weird feedback signals, also worn shocks and springs may allow the wheel(s) to bounce around a lot making it appear as though its got no traction

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