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99 gmc 1500 pick up 4x4

Hi my pick ups tow haul button doesnt work ,no fuses blown, nothing obvious so far. can you help me?

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  • emersonchad8 Jan 10, 2009

    my tow/haul does not work. came on once and stayed on. Hasn't worked since.

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Found wires broke at shifter where it hooks to steering colum pull rubber boot loose at shifter base this was on my 2000 gmc new sierra

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