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Signs of a Failing Transfer Case

Signs of a Failing Transfer Case

Most automobile drivers don’t know what a transfer case is unless they drive a 4WD/four-wheel drive and AWD/all-wheel drive. This component ensures your front and rear axles receive enough power from the engine and transmission The transfer case comes into play to distribute power to the front wheels when your vehicle activates 4WD. Some vehicles require you to do this manually, while others can go into 4WD automatically.  The transfer case is attached to the back of the engine, and it contains metal gears. To ensure your vehicle is ready to shift its power when needed, you should check the transfer case fluid regularly. Otherwise, problems with the transfer cases can cause serious performance issues. Common Signs of a Failing Transfer Case When you bring your vehicle to Mancinelli’s Auto Repair Center, our technicians will inspect the differential. We utilize top-of-the-line diagnostic tools to pinpoint problems quickly and accurately. These are some of the most co ... read more

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