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4 wheel drive wont work

The push button for 2 hi is lit and is in 2 hi.when i stop completely and push 4 hi or 4 lo,i hear a click come from the button but none of the the lights come on to tell me its engauged.please tell me its something simple! the truck has 115,000mi.

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Ur transmission in ur front is bad or the front drive shaft could also be bad hope that helps

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