Transfer Case Repairs


Cars that are equipped with four-wheel drive or with all-wheel drive have a transfer case. In the four-wheel drive vehicle, the transfer case provides power to the front and rear axles of your vehicle. On an all-wheel drive, the transfer case provides power to each wheel as necessary.

When the transfer case malfunctions, you will notice some warning signs. If you notice that it is hard to shift in and out of four-wheel drive, this is a sign of a bad transfer case. If you hear a grinding noise when shifting in and out of four-wheel drive, this is also a signal of transfer case malfunction. If the transfer case is leaking, you will notice transfer case oil underneath your vehicle.

If you live in the Macomb area and believe that your vehicle is experiencing transfer case problems, come to Land Rover Lakeside. The service department can check out your vehicle and provide the needed repairs.
 
 
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