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Silverado truck will not shift from 4low when dirve is selected

I have a co-worker that has a1999 Siverado Truck, during the past snow event he selected 4WD low, since then the vehicle will not release for that selection, He is stuck in that gear drove to work at 40MPH
stuck in that gear, Tried disconnecting battery for a half hour it did not
reset to regular drive when selected.???

Any ideas ???

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I am sure he tried backing up a ways.

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