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Description: 99, 00, 01, 02 Silverado 1500, 2500 Encoder Motor For RPO Option Code NP8 Works With Dash Mounted 4 Button Switch Brand New / Not Refurbished / No Core Charge Automatic...More Details »
Item #: 600-901 - 12474401
Condition: New
Price: $207.00
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Description: 03, 04, 05, 06, 07* Chevy Silverado RPO "NP1" (white tag with option codes in glove box) 2 Speed Electronic Shift (2Hi, 4Hi, 4Low) 1 Rectangular 5 Pin Plug Direct...More Details »
Item #: 1420008 - 19125578
Condition: New
Price: $184.00
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Silverado w/ Electric 4x4 -NP8 Option Code
Description: 03, 04, 05, 06, 07* Chevy Silverado Also Called Encoder Motor RPO "NP8" (white tag with option codes in glove box) Automatic Electronic Shift (4 Wheel High, Low And...More Details »
Item #: 1984-0022 - 19125640
Condition: New
Price: $298.00
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4x4 Automatic Electronic Shift -NR4
Description: RPO "NR4" (white tag with option codes in glove box) Automatic Electronic Shift (4 Wheel High, Low And Auto) 1 Rectangular 7 Pin Plug Direct Bolt On And Plug In All...More Details »
Item #: 600-908 - 88984528
Condition: New
Price: $154.00
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Description: RPO "NP1" (white tag with option codes in glove box) Automatic Electronic Shift (4 Wheel High, Low And 2 Wheel Drive) Works With Dash Mounted 3 Button Switch (4HI, 4LO &...More Details »
Item #: 1420006 - 12478096
Condition: New
Price: $168.00
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More About Transfer Case Parts

When you actuate the 4wd, it puts the transfer case in the range you selected. It also locks your front hubs to give power to your front wheels. You can feel if the transfer case is engaged as the vehicle may clunk as it engages and you will notice the vehicle is in a lower gear as driving. The best way to check and see if the hubs are engaged is to turn your wheels all the way and drive forward very slowly. You should be able to feel the vehicle bind and not roll smoothly. If you cannot feel a bind, then your hubs are probably not working. (Be careful driving in 4wd on pavement as the vehicle will not steer the same and is very difficult to turn sharply)