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2007 CHEVY TAHOE STUCK IN 4X4 LOW AND DASHBOARD SAYS THAT STABLETRACK IS OFF ...

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Turn 4x4 switch off put vehicle in neutral then put vehicle in reverse and drive in reverse a couple of feet the put it into drive and it should come off of 4x4 if not then repeat until it comes off

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