Where are Transfer Cases Located?

Typically, 2-wheel drive vehicles are widespread and useful, but they have their limitations when it comes time for them to operate in less than perfect road conditions. To make up for these limitations, car makers include 4-wheel drive capabilities with selected vehicles. These hybrid vehicles often contain special components that are called transfer cases.

Transfer cases work by taking torque from regular transmissions and converting it into power for each tire. In order to do their jobs properly, these components need to have access to the innards of regular transmissions. As such, transfer cases are usually located close to or inside of main transmission cases. From these positions, transfer cases can quickly and easily perform their duties.

In order to facilitate proper transfer case operation, these parts need careful tuning and servicing. At our Provo, UT area location, our certified powertrain experts can inspect, repair, or replace defective transfer case components. To hear more, swing by our car maintenance and repair facility today for a no-obligation talk.

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