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2000 Gmc Sierra. 4wd wont engage, buttons on dash just blink

When i click on the 4wd button it blinks, then makes the sound of it trying to engage. i put it in gear and see if my front tires are gripping and they arent.
Any idea what could be the problem?

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I had the same prob with my 2000 GMC Sierra 4x4 z71. They replaced the 4wd module in the dash and everything worked after that. Was about $200. The part itself was about $150.

Posted on May 27, 2009

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    P.S. Getting the dash out is vary simple!!! If you can change it yourself.

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I had the same problem and I replaced the whole button part on the dashboard and all my problems were solved. The total part cost me about $75.

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