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Have you tried disconnecting the battery for 5 min to see if a hard reset helps? If it doesn't you will need a scantool to see what codes it has to really know what's going on.. Without the codes you won't be shooting in the dark trying to fix it..
Let's hope not but you may have shorted out the TIPM which is the fusebox under the hood.. And at this point we will need the codes to start determining what happened.. You will need a scantool and not a cheap code reader to retrieve the codes from all the modules.. Once you have them post the codes here and I will tell you what happened..
We have seen a lot of TIPM fail because there is no fuse protecting it from a short which usually happens.. Hate to be the bearer of bad new but it alone is around 600.00, but let's just see what codes are setting and if you want to write them down then erase all them and then write down the ones that come back active..
I attached a wiring diagram to show you that the TIPM controls the transfercase and since everything now a days goes thru a module a scantool is required.. If you had a manual transfercase you would just pull the handle but since it's all electronic you will need to see what codes are setting to see what's going on.. I also attached a code for an example of what test needs to be done after you get the codes you have, so once you post them I will send you what to do to fix it..
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