“Transfer case” is a term you may have heard in discussions about transmissions. But what is it, and what does it do? Matt's Transmission in Murfreesboro wants to keep you up to date and knowledgeable in your vehicle. Different aspects of your vehicle provide different issues and solutions.
A transfer case is a component found on four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive transmissions. Whether it’s integrated into the transmission or bolted on, a transfer case is necessary to distribute power to all four wheels.
In essence, it works similarly to a front-wheel-drive transaxle – CV axles connect the front wheels to the transfer case, which turns the axles when the transfer case is engaged.
Some transfer cases are engaged all the time, some have to be engaged to operate, and some are computer-controlled. Sometimes a combination of all three of these methods is employed. No matter what, however, a transfer case allows for more than two wheels on a vehicle to be powered by the transmission.
Whether you’re having transfer case issues or were simply wondering what a transfer case does, our technicians have you covered. For all your transmission repair and maintenance needs, call or stop by Matt's Transmission today, the best transmission service shop in Murfreesboro.
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