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Old 09-15-2013, 12:55 PM
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350 turbo tranny

Hello all! New to the forum and needing some serious help. I was testing out my 4x4 on my lifted 1980 Chevy c20. Everything was working awesome! Stopped at a stop sign ( had to put it in neutral to stop, rear brakes are shot), shifted back to drive and nothing. All gears act like neutral. When I go back to park it grinds like I'm still moving. Thanks for any help you can give! Also I'm a little low on tranny fluid.

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And I appear to be stuck in 4 high. Possibly because I can't shift? And even in park truck will still roll.
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"back to park it grinds like I'm still moving."

Indicates the trans output shaft is turning, something is amiss in the 4wd transfer case or further down the powertrain.
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Any easy way to check? Or am I just going to have to drop the transfer? In drive the rear driveshaft doesn't move. And you can't feel any noticeable shift when moving through gears. Shifter is hooked up to the tranny. And tranny is full on fluid. Not sure on tc though.
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Turns out the transfer case had slipped to neutral! Took some banging but she's moving again!
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