In a vehicle, the engine produces power through internal combustion. That mechanical energy is converted into rotational force by the engine’s driveshaft. The driveshaft connects to a transmission that transmits the power to the wheels. In a rear-wheel-drive vehicle, the transmission and the shaft run underneath the vehicle to the rear tires. In a front-wheel-drive vehicle, most of this happens under the hood. In a four-wheel-drive vehicle, there is another step in the process. From the transmission, the power is delivered to a transfer case that then distributes power to the front wheels. If you have a problem with your four-wheel drive, you likely need a transfer case repair.
The Transfer Case
In most four-wheel-drive vehicles, the front and the rear wheels turn at different speeds; this helps you to maintain traction in unstable terrain. This means that the transfer case needs to synchronize the different wheel speeds. Also, the transfer case will usually have a couple of different low gears for delivering power to all four wheels when under stress. The transfer case can be in need of transfer case repair in Wilkes Barre, PA if you have not used it for a while. Also, if it is not adequately supplied with transmission fluids, it could be damaged.
You should contact T & F Tire Service & Supply Company, Inc. if you haven’t had your transfer case inspected recently.
The most common indication that you need transfer case repair is a vehicle that will not go into four wheel drive or will not stay in four-wheel drive. If that happens, it means that the gears are either not synchronizing or they are not moving at all. Only a specialist will be able to get under your car and determine what exactly is wrong.
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