Hey guys, I got a new problem for y'all: I was screwin around in a big muddy ditch with pretty steeps sides and some slick mud and like 2" of water in the bottom. I went through it forwards, but couldn't make it up the dry walls of it with mud covered A/T's. So I put it in reverse, and couldn't make it up the other side, and tried to come forward again, to no avail. So i was basically stopped in the middle (which was strange, because it was just slick mud, only sunk about an inch). Then, my friend, who was sitting in a different truck, told me my front wheels weren't spinning (keep in mind up until this point, the 4wd was engaged and spinning). I looked down, and the shifter was still in 4, but the indicator light was off and obviously not in 4wd anymore. Anyways, my friend pulled me back onto the street and I started testing it. There's no strange noises, clunks, clangs, or anything of the sort. I simply just don't have 4wd anymore. The 4wd lever goes into 4lo, N, 2hi, and 4hi seamlessly like it should. I was hoping it's just a sensor or an actuator or something, but I just got this truck about 10 days ago and this has me stumped... NEW UPDATE: Ok, I was looking under the truck and the sensors, wires, and all that jazz and decided to take a look at the fuseboard. Locate and pop out the 4wd fuse, and it's fried. Pop in a new fuse, slide the lever up to 4lo, and immediately saw a bright blue glow from fuse roasting. The fuseboard calls for a 25A fuse, which is what was in it and is what I put back into it. Any suggestions?