What is a Transfer Fluid Case?

Answer Many modern cars include an all-wheel drive or four-wheel drive system. These systems rely on a variety of mechanical parts to operate. One such component is the transfer fluid case.

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What Kind of Fluid for an '88 F150 Transfer Case?

The Ford F-150 began its life in 1975 as a bridge between the F-100 and F-250, and sales of the new pickup took off immediately. Sales of the F-150 were so high that Ford discontinued the F-100 in ... Read More »

How to Change Transfer Case Fluid?

Changing the transfer case fluid on your four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive can solve many problems. Transfer case abnormal noises and operation may be caused by a lack of oil, and changing the ol... Read More »

How to Replace Transfer Case Fluid?

Vehicles with four-wheel and all-wheel drive systems come equipped with a transfer case to help the transmission transfer power to both the front and rear wheels. Like the transmission, transfer ca... Read More »

How to Check the Transfer Case Fluid?

Transfer case fluid should be checked during regular maintenance inspections and replaced every 30,000 miles or as recommended by the manufacturer. It's wise to take a look at the fluid of a recent... Read More »