A transfer case is a device that splits a vehicle's engine power and directs it to the front and rear drive axles of a four-wheel drive vehicle. Common transfer case problems can include the following issues:
- Difficulty shifting into certain gears
- Noisy operation in all gears
- "Jumping" out of the 4×4 low range
- Leaks from the vent or output shaft seals
When providing your repair options, Transmasters auto repair shop is experienced at troubleshooting the issue and letting you know if the problem has a simple solution, or if we'll need to rebuild your transfer case. In addition, we can give you a breakdown of parts and labor necessary for the job, and any pricing involved.
We work on every kind of vehicle's transfer case
Whether you own a Chevy, GMC, Jeep, or other kind of car or truck, we've got the knowledge and experience to address your transfer case needs. From replacing fluids to detecting and repairing leaks to complete rebuilds, our mechanics will have your car running its best in the shortest amount of time possible — and at a reasonable cost.
Heading up the shop, Sam has a background in automotive engineering. He understands the working of your car in great detail, and is also eager to explain any issues to you so you can understand them as much as possible, and make an informed choice about the repair.
Looking for an estimate for your transfer case repair?
The initial analysis is free, and on many occasions, Sam has been able to determine that the problem was not caused by the transfer case, saving his customers substantial time and money. Should he require additional labor and time to further diagnose the problem, he'll let you know what your options are in advance. If he needs to rebuild your transfer case, you'll be in very good hands.
Transmasters on Miramar Road in San Diego, CA has been repairing and rebuilding transfer cases since 1989. Sam has been heading up the shop since 2000. They warranty all their work for a full year or 12,000 miles.
Want to make sure your call is well cared for? Don't wait: call Transmasters today.