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1996 K 1500 with manuel four wheel floor shift will work in four low but will not work in four high (what could be the problem). Dan

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So the front driveshaft turns in 4 low? or you just feeling gear reduction in 4 low?if the front drive shaft will not turn in 4 or 4low then suspect a shift fork broken. when i say turn i mean under engine power.

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