The Basics Behind Transfer Case Services
One of the serviceable components in a four wheel drive (4WD) system is the Transfer Case. Transfer case operates in 4WD vehicles with the help of gears and, in many modern cars, a chain. Usually, a transfer case indirectly connects to the transmission’s rear. The transmission sends power to the transfer case, which in turn, sends the power (torque), to the front and rear drive shafts.
Why Should You Have Transfer Case Services Performed?
Adhering to proper service intervals for transfer case maintenance can help extend the life of your transfer case and 4WD system. Being aware of the symptoms of a faulty transfer case can assist with determining the proper time to have your transfer case serviced.
Warning signs of a Bad Transfer Case Include:
– Grinding Noise;
– Difficulty Shifting into 4WD; and
– Leaking lubrication.
St. Peters drivers trust our team of certified ASE mechanics. Come discover why we are considered the top choice for transmission repair and transfer cases in St. Peters year-after-year. We service both automatic and manual transmissions in all makes and models.
Additional services include transmission repair, rebuilds and service for all makes and models. We provide transfer case repair, CV joint repair, check engine light service, front and rear differential repair, flywheel replacement, axle replacement and repair, fleet service, transmission repair and rebuilds and complete drivetrain repair.
We’re located in St. Peters, MO, but serve many customers from St. Charles, O’Fallon, Lake St. Louis, Wentzville, Chesterfield, Maryland Heights, Creve Coeur, Overland, and Florissant. Our mechanics work a lot on Ford Super Duty diesel transmissions, Chevy transmissions and GMC transmissions.
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