Treat Your Transfer Case Right for Optimal Performance

Four-wheel drive (4WD) vehicles tend to be among the most popular models for drivers across America. Drivers simply love how they handle in snow, mud and other wet environmental conditions. But unless you maintain that piece of equipment unique to four-wheel drive vehicles known as a transfer case, you won't be able to drive very far.

The transfer case ensures that power is available and split between the front and rear wheel axles. Like all automotive equipment, it needs to be serviced and maintained on a regular schedule to ensure there has been no damage or leakage, in addition to draining and replacing the transfer fluid that keeps the mechanism lubricated and cool.

If you've never given any thought to your transfer case fluid, schedule a service department appointment. Your technician can provide a thorough inspection, as well as a speedy flush, drain and refill of transfer fluid.

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