Hearing strange sounds from your engine? Is your transmission not shifting smoothly into four-wheel drive? Either of these problems could mean you have a problem with your transfer case. Transfer case repair is one of the expert services we provide at Mastertech Transmissions, Inc.
The first step in determining if the problems you are encountering is because of a damaged transfer case is to perform a diagnostic test. Here at our Wichita auto transmission shop, we perform free diagnostic tests to make sure we properly identify the specific transmission problem you are having. We service all foreign and domestic cars and are the transmission specialists who know how to handle your vehicle’s exact transmission needs.
A transfer case is instrumental for your vehicle’s ability to shift into four-wheel drive, whether you have a manual or automatic vehicle. This is a very important function in Kansas during those harsh winters when we need to drive across icy and snowy roads. But over time, the components inside a transfer case can wear down or break. When this damage happens, it’s important to gave your vehicle serviced to repair the transfer case, otherwise it may lead to more (and more severe) transmission problems.
Another role the transfer case provides is to keep lubricant fluid from leaking out of the transmission. Finding a leak under your vehicle may be a sign that there is damage to the transfer case output seal. You should come to us for a free diagnostic if you suspect you have such a leak. However, the transfer case output seal could be damaged and causing fluid to leak out without you noticing any drips around your vehicle. Again, a complete diagnostic test will help to determine the problem even if the signs aren’t obvious from signs visible to the driver.