No noise when it went?
Fluids look good. Changed transfer case fluids about two days before it happened. I assume that is just coincidence. Trans was done around 2 years ago but only driven 10-15k miles since then. Color looks good in it and lvls are fine. Rained today and long day at work so don't feel like yanking anything but maybe tomorrow.I know this is a dumb question, but did you check your fluid level? Just covering the basics that haven't been mentioned yet.
Might be worth taking a look at if it comes down to swapping trans. Would just have to mess with output shaft I assume so it would work with transfer case.If it's your transmission I still have my wrecked truck for parts, and I'm in mays landing so I'm not too far from ya.
I assume if that's the issue I will see something when I pull it? Signs of grinding or what not.Or input shaft.
Just to double check, assuming I can get my hands on a manometer, a psi lower than 300 is good or bad?Check if you have pressure by hooking a manometer on the left of the tranny. If pressure lower than 300psi, your tranny pump is KO. If pressure, check oil flow by disconnecting the tranny fluid at the radiator cooler and start engine, if no flow, Could be torque converter or internal failure. Try this first, but I am sûre you will have TO remove the tranny for an overhaul.