First The good news: I don't own one. /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif Now the bad news: My friend does, and she called me up at 1 in the morning cause she went to go make a u-turn, and the truck no longer has reverse. /forums/images/graemlins/1zhelp.gif I go over there, and sure enough, no reverse. It seems like the transmission is going into reverse, but there is no power being delivered to the wheels. My thought is, "transfer case". So even trying to shift the transfer case level, I ended up busting a nuckle, and destroying part of the dash as I finally mangled it into 4L. Neutral no longer seems to be avaliable on the transfer case. The truck is relatively flat, and I can't push it even an inch. Once I was able to put it into 4L, I put the heep into reverse. Started making some terrible grinding noises, then stalled. Pushed it back to 4H, no good, still no movement. This is a 94 or 95 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, with the v8, and the full time 4wd transfer case. HELpPpppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppp! Here's my questions: Could the transfer case be the source of the problem? The truck still goes in forward. Its just now stuck against a wall.But that leads me to believe its a transmission issue. Could it be something silly like the transmission electronic controls are doing something wacky? Should I pull the battery to see if it resets it self? but even if it does, why would there be that terrible grinding noise? And why would the transfer case be so hard to shift? Assuming I need to get it towed, or towed myself... If the transfer case is shot, is the best way to tow it... to use a tow dolly and remove the rear drive shaft? or Use a full trailer? Any help would be appreciated!