Transfer Case Repair
4x4 Trucks, All Wheel Drive Cars or Sport Utility Vehicle's for any Make & Model Vehicle.
At Transmission Hero we rebuild transfer cases and repair all types of A.W.D. (All Wheel Drive) vehicles and 4X4's in any make and model car or truck. Complete Transfer Case Rebuild service or transfer case replacement if wanted. During the rebuilding of your transfer case. The Case and all the hard-parts are chemically cleaned and all parts are inspected for damage and replaced if necessary with only the finest quality parts and components. A transfer case is a part of the drivetrain of four-wheel-drive, all-wheel-drive, and other multiple powered axle vehicles. The transfer case transfers power from the transmission to the front and rear axles by means of drive shafts.
Transfer Case Rebuilds will include:
- We will tow your vehicle free at no charge with repair.
- We will perform a free diagnostic on you vehicle and give you a written quote on your transfer case before one red cent is charged to you.
- We will include all labor to remove, rebuild and reinstall your transfer-case back into your vehicle,
- Including new high friction clutches on models that have clutches with all gaskets and seals which include lip seals,molded and hard seals
- New Washer Kit
- Races & Bearings
- New Chain
- New Pump Assembly
- Updates to 2020 specs above O.E.M specifications on all parts with 100% parts and labor warranty
At Transmission Hero. The only time the price can and will increase is if the core is non-rebuild able like your case or planetary gears, shafts, electrical or control motors which are not included in the rebuild kit or parts listed above. For each vehicle cost will be completely different and varies from one repair to another we don't expect these items to be bad but in some cases internal hard parts that can not built to the point that we have to be replace this part with our parts suppliers that charge for bad core part will cost extra. Then we re-assemble your transfer-case and re-install back in the vehicle with 100% Parts and Labor Nationwide Warranty
A transfer case is a part of the drivetrain of four-wheel-drive, all-wheel-drive, and other multiple powered axle vehicles. The transfer case transfers power from the transmission to the front and rear axles by means of drive shafts. It also synchronizes the difference between the rotation of the front and rear wheels and may contain one or more sets of low range gears for off-road use. The transfer case receives power from the transmission and sends it to both the front and rear axles. This can be done with gears, hydraulics, or chain drive. On some vehicles, such as four-wheel-drive trucks or vehicles intended for off-road use, this feature is controlled by the driver. The driver can put the transfer case into either "two-wheel-drive" or "four-wheel-drive" mode. This is sometimes accomplished by means of a shifter, similar to that in a manual transmission. On some vehicles, this may be electronically operated by a switch instead. Some vehicles, such as all-wheel-drive sports cars, have transfer cases that are not selectable. Such a transfer case is permanently "locked" into all-wheel-drive mode. Transfer cases that are designed to allow for normal road use synchronize the difference between the rotation of the front and rear wheels, in much the same way the differential acts on a given axle. This is necessary because the front and rear tires never turn at the same speed. Different rates of tire rotation are generally due to different tire diameters (since the front and rear tires inevitably wear at different rates) and different gear ratios in the front and rear differentials since manufacturers will often have a slightly lower ratio in the front vs. the rear to help with control (such as a 3.55:1 in the rear differential and a 3.54:1 in the front differential). If the transfer case did not make up the difference between the two different rates of rotation, binding would occur, and the transfer case could become damaged. This is also why a transfer case that is not designed for on-road use will cause problems with driveline windup if driven on dry pavement. Transfer cases designed for off-road use can mechanically lock the front and rear drive shafts when needed (e.g. when one of the axles is on a slippery surface or stuck in the mud, whereas the other has better traction). This is the equivalent to the differential lock. The transfer case may contain one or more sets of low range gears for off-road use. Low range gears are engaged with a shifter or electronic switch. In many transfer cases, this shifter is the same as the one that selects 2WD or 4WD operation. Low range gears allow the vehicle to drive at much slower speeds while still operating within the usable power band / RPM range of the engine. This also increases the torque available at the axles. Low-range gears are used for very inclement road conditions, towing a heavy load, driving on unimproved roads, and extreme off-road maneuvers such as rock crawling. This feature is often absent on all-wheel-drive cars. Some very large vehicles, such as heavy equipment or military trucks, may have more than one low-range gear. Transfer cases used on "part-time" four-wheel-drive off-road vehicles such as trucks, rock-crawling vehicles and some military vehicles generally allow the driver to select 2WD or 4WD, as well as high or low gear ranges. Those used in sports cars and performance sedans are usually "transparent" to the driver; there is no shifter or select lever. Transfer cases used on "part-time" four-wheel-drive off-road vehicles such as trucks, rock-crawling vehicles and some military vehicles generally allow the driver to select 2WD or 4WD, as well as high or low gear ranges. Those used in sports cars and performance sedans are usually "transparent" to the driver; there is no shifter or select lever.
The main goal of Transmission Hero is to provide our customers with affordable transfer-case repair and reliable transfer-case service that you deserve. Our certified technicians pledge to work as long as needed to get your transfer-case running once more, regardless of how damaged it might be. Moreover, if our technicians determine that your transfer-case cannot be rebuilt, we can buy a remanufactured transfer- case to replace it or a used one if cost is an problem. No job is too big or too small for our team at Transmission Hero. We take every job seriously and we won't stop until we've fixed the issue that have caused you concern.
Call us today and schedule your appointment for a transfer case repair service, performed by one of our transfer-case specialists.
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