Understanding the Role of Your Transfer Case

Vehicles that have four-wheel drive capabilities are equipped with a transfer case. This case works with the transmission to help deliver the right amount of power to each of your tires when the four-wheel drive is engaged.

There are gears, and sometimes a chain in your transfer case. Without proper maintenance that includes lubrication, the gears can begin to perform poorly. Your transfer case should be checked once a year. You will notice problems with your transfer case if you try to put your car into four-wheel drive and it's difficult to do. If you hear loud grinding noises, or your car is not running like normal, you need to bring your car to Volvo of State College for service.

The transfer case is often situated right behind your transmission, and one of our skilled technicians will look over your vehicle to determine why your car is having trouble in four-wheel drive.

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