February 14th, 2018 by

As the owner of an AWD/4WD vehicle, you know that routine maintenance is vital to your vehicle’s longevity. One system unique to this type of car is the transfer case; below is an explanation of what a transfer case is and how to maintain it:

– Transfer Case – In an AWD/4WD vehicle, the transfer case is responsible for distributing power to the axles, allowing the driver to choose whether they want two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.

– Transfer Case Fluid – Transfer case fluid lubricates the parts of the transfer case and helps keep these parts cool. The fluid can become contaminated over time and affect the performance of your vehicle. It is important to periodically check the transfer fluid, and it should be replaced every 30,000 miles.

At Land Rover Dallas, we know how important your AWD/4WD vehicle is to you and want to help you keep it running at its best. If you have any questions concerning your vehicle’s transfer case service, come visit our Dallas service center location and speak with one of our experts.

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