Transfer Case Rebuild
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Transfer Case Repair for 4x4 Trucks, AWD Cars and SUVs
Transfer Case Rebuilds
We will tow your vehicle free at no charge with repair. We will include all labor to remove, rebuild and reinstall your transfer case back into your vehicle, including new high friction clutches on models that have clutches, new washer kit, bushings, bearings, with all gaskets and seals which include molded and hard seals. And the most important thing in your transfer case is professionally rebuilt with updates to 2018 specs above O.E.M specifications. The case and all the hard parts are chemically cleaned and inspected for damage. The only time the price can and will increase is if the core is non-rebuildable like your case or planetary gears, shafts, which are not included in the rebuild kit. Each vehicle cost will be completely different and varies from one repair to another. We don’t expect these items to be bad but in some cases internal hard parts that can not built to the point that we have to replace this part with our parts suppliers that charge for bad core part will cost extra.Then we re-assemble your transfer case and re-install back in the vehicle with 100% parts and labor Nationwide Warranty.
At Mr. Transmission of Orange Park, we service and repair all types of All Wheel Drive (AWD) vehicles and 4X4’s in any make and model car or truck. Complete automotive differential rebuild service. During the rebuilding of your differential or transfer case, all parts are carefully inspected and replaced if necessary with only the finest quality parts and components. A transfer case is a part of the drivetrain of four-wheel-drive, all-wheel-drive, and other multiple powered axle vehicles. The transfer case transfers power from the transmission to the front and rear axles by means of drive shafts.The differential sits between the wheels, where the drive shaft connects to the axle. Depending on whether your vehicle is front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, the differential is on the front, rear or both axles. In addition to differentials, four-wheel drive cars have a transfer case.