If you have a car or truck with four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, your vehicle uses a transfer case to supply power to the front wheels. The difference between the two is that an all-wheel-drive system constantly monitors wheel slippage and can transmit power between the front and rear axles as it deems necessary, while a four-wheel-drive system relies on the driver for engagement.

Regardless of how the system is controlled, the transfer case itself is a gearbox containing a lubricating fluid that coats the gears and keeps them turning smoothly. Regular maintenance and fluid changes are essential to keeping your transfer case performing at its best.

Here at our service center, we have technicians on hand to check every part of your vehicle and keep it running strongly. If you need your transfer case inspected, or it needs a fluid change, don’t wait. Come see us at Jacky Jones Lincoln today!

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