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4X4 popping out of gear

Recently my Yukon has been popping out of 4h as soon as I put it in reverse. I put it back in and is ok after. Now every once in a while it pops out while im driving. HELP!

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Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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SOURCE: '2002 yukon service 4x4 light on

Most of the time this problem is caused by the 4 wheel drive switch. Usually you can just replace the switch and that will fix the problem. I have replaced many of those switches and that has fixed the problem.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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did you seat the torque converter IN THE TRANS before installing the tranny? If not you broke the pump in the tranny. Also DO NOT tip a used tranny upsidedown it sends all the clutch and band debres into valve body. I hope this helps CJ

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SOURCE: My 1996 GMC Yukon 4x4 transmission will only drive in 1st and 2nd

It will take off from a stop in overdrive but as soon as it shifts into 3rd at about 30 miles per hour it jumps into neutral? If yes, you have a burnt 3/4 clutch. The transmission will need rebulit. Cost of about 1600 dollars.

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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