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Please help-Truck Possibly tranny failure

I drove my truck around all day today pulling a trailer and had no problems whatsoever. After leaving it sit at my house for a few hours, I started it up and put it in drive. After pressing the gas, the truck did not move so I looked down at my gauges and none of them moved, they were stuck in the zero positions. I then tried reverse, 1 and 2 with no luck. The truck was running fine, no funny noises or anything. I tried the electronic 4x4 and the O/D and neither of those lights came on either. Any ideas? Thanks.
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Rpm gauge did not move?

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Fixed the problem

Thanks for looking. Actually turned out to be a simple fix. 10 amp fuse was blown.
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the reason for your problem is a short in the wiring to the overdrive cancel switch , a fuse dont blow for no reason, remove the steering column cover , follow the wiring for the overdrive button, youll see where its rubbing side f steering column , instrument cluster and accelerator pedal are on same circuit

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