After my run in the snow (and on the drive to the snow), I had alot of problems with my 208. I was driving on the freeway when it slipped into N. This has happened a few times in the last week. I found that if I pull over, put the transmisssion into N then shift into 4L.......then drive a few feet, I can shift back into 2H and be good to go. After playing in the snow in 4L all day, I unlocked the hubs, shifted into 2H and tried to drive. It felt like the t-case was in 2H and 4L at the same time. I had to monkey with the shifter inside the cab, going back and forth with the shifter, then driving a few inches forward, for about 20 minutes before it went into 2H again. I did crawl under the K5 and there was nothing interfering with the linkage and everything is tight (adjusting nut, bushings, nuts, bolts, etc.) Now, any time I put it into 4H, N, 4L, it acts like it is in low and high range at the same time. I am not 100% sure the t-case linkage is properly adjusted, and i think that is where the problem lies. Any tips on adjusting it? Anyone else have any similar problems?? Any help would be greatly appreciated.