Question about 2004 GMC Sierra
I sounds like you may be low on transmission fluid. Its hard to say with the limited information yuo have given. If you put it into drive and the vehicle sits there and you give it gas and the engine revs up and then slowly starts moving, it is a transmission problem. If it is low you may have already done irreversible damage. The problem will get worse very quickly. Check your trans fluid immediately.
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