I am not sure what happened yesterday. In my normal state of wheeling /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif, I came to a stop light (sense sarcasm?). When the light turned green, the truck was clearly in neutral. I tried shifting through all the gears (700R4), got out to make sure the rear driveshaft was still there and locked the hubs. I was very unpopular. Still nothing in 4HI. Did I blow the tranny, lose all the fluid or blow the T-case? /forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif Shifting to park caused a ratcheting noise which I knew was the parking pawl. The problem was the transfer case. I thought about rebuilding it with a Dodge fixed yoke (NP 208) /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif. Then I shifted to 4LO and could feel the truck drop into gear. So the NEXT green light, I drove it into the corner gas station in 4LO, expecting to hear parts grinding and scattering. But it was fine. I shifted back to 4HI and 2HI and both worked. /forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif I drove home and floored it after a couple more lights and everything worked perfectly. I tried moving the T-case shifter all around and brake torqueing and could not duplicate the condition. What could have caused this? If the shift linkage goes further forward than the 2HI position, can it disengage the drive path through the 'case? Is this a sign of worn shift forks or something? I've never had any problems with this transfer case before.