Question about GMC Envoy
With the engine running, transmission in neutral, foot on brake, push the 2wd button. If it doesn't respond, try the same thing with the engine off, key on. If it's still in lo range, you may have to get under the truck and shift the linkage manually. While you are under there, check the electrical connections and vacuum lines.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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