Transfer Case Repair

Serving Vancouver WA | Camas | Orchards | Battle Ground

Transfer Case Repair by All Transmissions & Clutches serving Vancouver WAA transfer case sends power from a vehicle’s transmission to its axles. It also monitors the rotation of the front and rear wheels to ensure that switching between two-wheel and four-wheel-drive is smooth and seamless. While transfer cases are sturdily built and designed to operate flawlessly for many years, they are not indestructible. This is why we recommend your transfer case be serviced on a regular basis. At All Transmissions & Clutches, our technicians specialize in transfer case rebuilds. We have the experience and knowledge needed to get your four-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive SUV, pickup truck or commercial vehicle running the way it should.

Transfer cases are generally fitted directly behind the transmission and vehicles equipped with transfer cases usually produce large amounts of torque. Both of these can make it difficult for less experienced mechanics to tell the difference between transfer case issues and transmission faults. At All Transmissions & Clutches, our technicians are expertly trained to recognize the warning signs of a worn or faulty transfer case so that you only pay for the transfer case repair service that is required. We also provide a standard 12 month, 12,000-mile warranty on our services.

Signs You Need Transfer Case Service

You may need a transfer case rebuild or repair if you notice the following:

  • Unusual noises: Transfer cases are designed to operate gradually. Sudden or jarring sounds coming from the transmission area could be a sign of a serious transfer case problem.
  • Difficulty shifting Gears: Shifting between two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive should be easy. Stubborn shifters could mean that transfer case service is long overdue.
  • Erratic vehicle behavior: Transfer case problems can cause vehicles to become stuck in four-wheel-drive and handle poorly or stutter during acceleration. This can be particularly noticeable when making sharp turns.
  • Transfer Case Leak: Transmission fluid or gear oil can leak from the front output shaft when the seal dries out or cracks. If the transfer case doesn’t have enough lubrication it can suffer internal damage. So it’s important to address vehicle leaks immediately.

If your vehicle is showing one or more of these signs, we recommend you get it serviced as soon as possible. If you wait too long and continue driving it that way your simple repair may turn into a costly transfer case rebuild. At All Transmissions & Clutches, our highly-experienced technicians will inspect your vehicle, correctly diagnose it, and make the necessary repairs, getting you back on the road in no-time.

We Will Expertly Perform Your Transfer Case Rebuild or Repair

The fluid in transfer cases lubricates bearings and shafts and protects gears and chains, but the additives it contains become less effective over time. Replacing this fluid periodically can protect internal components and prevent costly repair bills. It also gives our technicians an opportunity to check for transfer case leaks and signs of damage. If you believe you need transfer case repair, contact All Transmissions & Clutches. We have more than 30 years of experience when it comes to transfer case service. We’ll diagnose your vehicle and make the necessary repairs the first time. We’d love to help you get your vehicle back up and running the way it should. We also offer free estimates!

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Transfer Case Repair IN VANCOUVER WA

Serving Clients in the Greater Vancouver WA Area:

Vancouver | Camas | Washougal | Orchards | Battle Ground | Hazel Dell | Brush Prairie

Ridgefield | Salmon Creek | Fishers Landing | La Center | Woodland | Amboy | Yacolt