When you're talking about drivetrains, it's important to understand the different components that make your car or truck go. The transfer case is one of those important components and understanding what it does is key to knowing how your vehicle works.

So, what exactly is a transfer case? In short, the transfer case is responsible for transferring power from the engine to the wheels. It does this by using a series of gears to engage and disengage the driveshaft, which in turn spins the wheels. The transfer case is located in the center of your vehicle, between the front and rear axles. One of the most important things to understand about the transfer case is how it affects your vehicle's drivetrain. The transfer case is connected to the engine via the driveshaft, and it's responsible for transferring power from the engine to the wheels.

 

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