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Old 09-07-2018, 10:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Np241c stuck in 4x4

Hey guys. So my issue is with my 91 k1500. It has the floor shift np241 tcase and it is stuck in 4wd. I replaced the fuse after thinking the actuator might be bad and I gained 4wd.

Well I did some light wheeling in it and it didn't like coming out of 4wd. I tried shifting from 4hi to 2hi in neutral, park, drive. Tried shifting from 4lo to 2 hi in neutral. Nothing happened. Then I tried restarting the truck. After awhile I just took out the front driveshaft to make it home.

Does anyone know why it might be doing this ? Low range works for sure as I've used it in 2wd low range with the front driveshaft out to test the case.

Thanks in advance !
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Is it a manual shift 241 or a elec shift 243?
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Is it a manual shift 241 or a elec shift 243?
Manual floor shift
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Disconnect linkage and try shifting it at the tcase.

Body lift?
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Disconnect linkage and try shifting it at the tcase.

Body lift?
No body lift. So try shifting through the tcase gears at the tcase where the linkage connects ?
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