Transfer Cases

Four wheel drive vehicles utilize transfer cases to direct power to both axles through separate driveshafts. Two wheel drive cars don’t need a transfer case as the driveshaft comes straight out of the transmission to the drive wheels.

The transfer case is located near the rear of the transmission. Power is redirected from the engine through the transmission. Then it moves through the transfer case, to either the rear wheels, front wheels or both.

Transfer Case Repair & Maintenance

Most transfer cases require periodic oil or fluid changes. Symptoms of a transfer case problem include the loss of four-wheel drive, and problems switching between modes. Whether your transfer case is leaking or has stopped working completely GT Transmission can help. We repair, replace and change the fluid on transfer cases. Call our shop for more information on our transfer case repair services.

GT Transmissions

Phone: (262) 619-3288

Fax:  (262) 619-0219

939 Washington Ave
Racine, WI 53403

After Hours Towing: (262) 637-6589

Business Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
(After hours drop off available)

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