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Transfer Case Fluid is Low Inspection

 Transfer Case Fluid is Low Inspection

If you drive a four-wheel drive or an all-wheel-drive car, there are many more things than just the engine and the transmission in the car you will have to worry about. There is another important thing under your hood, Transfer Case, which sends the power from the transmission to the wheels of your car through the driveshafts.

If your transfer case fluid is low immediately, get it checked and refilled before you can drive safely anywhere.

How the Transfer Case Fluid Works?

The function of the transfer case is evident from its name. It transfers the transmission’s power to the wheels of your car. However, it may works differently depending on the make and the model of your car. If you drive a four-wheel-drive truck, the primary wheels are controlled by the driveshaft, and the transfer case only comes into action when the vehicle is engaged to the four-wheel drive. However, if you have an all-wheel-drive system or all-time four-wheel-drive system, the transfer case will be in function at all times to keep the wheels working at all times.

The transfer case is fitted at the end of the transmission and connected to the transmission by a shaft. Inside the transfer case, internal forks and gears are present, which are responsible for transmitting the transmission’s rotational power to two of the other driveshafts – among which one goes to the rear differential and the other to the front one. With each differential, rotational power splits and redirected at 90 degrees towards each wheel.

What are the Common Reasons for Low Transfer Case Fluid?

How Much Can It Cost to Fix Low Transfer Case Fluid?

The price depends on the extent of the problem and what parts are needed to fix the problem. Our mechanic will determine the source and the cause of the problem and will also fix the price after the examination.