The dealer looked at it and a mechanic who does nothing but work with computer stuff looked at it and no one can tell me whats wrong with this truck. According to lights on the dashboard it's in 2WD and because it don't shift you cant do that shift test thinggy. I have been a mechanic for 28 years now and when i get into something i know nothing about i send it to someone who claims to know how to fix such a problem like a dealer. I do front end, brakes, suspention, drive train, water pumps, alternators, R&R engines, trannys, exhaust, all the good stuff. When it comes to computer stuff i'm in the dark, well not so much now i am learning, but some of it is just way over my head. Now in just about the last two years I've had four different jobs i sent to another garage or a dealer because i thought i couldnt figure them out and they all came back un
. In the end i ended up fixing them on my own, yah it took some time a day or two one car sat in the back of my shop for a week and a half but i figured it out like what i'm probily going to have to do with this GMC.
What do these guys do if there computers and scanners don't tell them what the problem is, give the car back to the customer and tell them they cant fix it because thats what they do to me, I've spent $300 on this truck so far and i'm no better off than i was when i started. Enough of that, well any ideas on why this thing won't shift, and don't take any of that personal I don't know any of you and maby it's I'm going to the wrong people, well then agin the dealer?