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u may have a lock hub failing 2 engage on front axles.if u have autolockers they have been knowen 2 seize up.some times a strip down&clean out®rease will sort them out also check the front jack shalft from transfer box 2 front diff make sure not lose or play in unijoints
Try to place the vehicle in park, then reverse, move the vehicle a few feet in reverse, then switch to neutral but NOT DRIVE. Attempt to take it out of low again and then go to drive. This is the method I had to use occassionally when my vehicles would get stuck in low.
Thats a fairly common problem with that model. Typically it involves a 75.00 part called a transfer case actuator. I personally think the price is right if the vehicle is in good condition other than the actuator. Be advised the Jimmy's normally came with a 700R4 automatic transmission that were prone to failure. Very expensive to repair 2200 to 2600. Mine failed twice before I sold it. Hope this helps. Marvin
i found the problem it was the acuator on the side of transfer case so i took it off and manualy put it in 2 wheel drive now all i have to do is get under there and turn it with a tire iron thanks but got it under control......