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Transfer Case Repairs in Denver

We Repair & Rebuild Transfer Cases for MUCH LESS than Our Competition

A-Affordable Transmission Center is Denver’s premier repair facility for transfer cases, clutch replacement, or transmission rebuild and repair.
A-Affordable Transmissions Center has affordable prices.

Exceptional customer service, payment options, and professionalism. We will inspire your confidence and peace of mind. We know all wheel drive systems very well, for every make and model.

Contact us for a free estimate, we serve the entire Denver Metro. No mater where you live we have you covered.

Transfer Case Repairs Denver

Transfer Case Repair & Transfer Case Rebuild
All Makes & Models
Domestic & Import

Transfer Case Experts since 2004

When you visit our repair facility :

  • Transfer cases are complex and intricate repair jobs.
  • Different transfer case repair warranties and repair types to fit your need. Free Estimates, call or email us.
  • A free transfer case inspection including a road test, preliminary testing and electronic scan.
  • Written transfer case repair estimates are provided, so you can decide what to do.
  • No work will be done unless you agree and fully understand the process.
  • Extreme Transparency, no hidden anything. Upfront in all aspects of the repair process.
  • All work is done on site at our repair center. This saves middle person markups and saves time.
  • We don’t just advertise that we are a transfer case experts. This is a real transmission shop and has been since 1979.

What is a Transfer Case ?

The transfer case is a part of the drive train in all wheel drive and 4 wheel drive vehicles. The transfer case receives power from the transmission and sends it to both the front and rear axles. This can be done with gears, hydraulics, or chain drive.

Manual Shift On-the-Fly transfer cases have a selector lever on the driver’s side floor transmission hump and may also have either two sealed automatic front axle locking hubs or two manual front axle hub selectors of “LOCK” and “UNLOCK” or “FREE”.

Electronic Shift On-the-Fly (ESOF) transfer cases have a dash-mounted selector switch or buttons with front sealed automatic locking axle hubs or drive flanges. Some vehicles, such as Jeeps, also have what is called SelecTrac, which has a slider switch on the center console. Unlike the manual transfer case, this system has a transfer case motor.

A-Affordable Transmissions Center transfer case repair service always includes a visual inspection. Removal and replacement of damaged internal gears. Bearings, gasket and seals, in the transfer case are also replaced when needed. We rebuild or repair the transfer case in your auto. We reuse the good parts and replace the bad. We warranty the entire transfer case when we are done.

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Why A-Affordable Transmissions Center ?

A-Affordable Transmissions Center is one of the most highly respected transfer case repair and transmission servicing centers in all of Denver, Colorado. We take the time to walk every customer through the repairs process. The initial inspection won’t cost you a cent. We are a real transmission shop, so you can expect educated answers to your questions and needs.

You’ll get a complete checklist of everything that needs to be repaired as well as what it will cost before any work begins. Don’t leave the health and safety of your car up to chance. Call A-Affordable Transmissions Center today for complete transfer case repair. We have rebuilt and repaired thousands of transfer cases at our repair shops. Transfer Case repairs are done on your original transfer case. Rebuilding your transfer case will help to keep expenses down for four wheel drive repairs.

All Wheel Drive

All wheel drive cars and trucks have a transfer case that is typically on and transmitting power to all wheels at all times, but some all wheel drive transfer cases only transfer power to all four wheels when slippage of the wheels is detected by special sensors that are used to control transfer case percentage of apply and operation. Most transfer cases can be shifted manually or may have a electronic switch to use for transfer case mode operation. Some all wheel drive vehicles do not require a switch or a lever, this type of transfer case is four wheel drive at all times.

A transfer case is unique to four wheel drive auto & truck and is what directs power to both the front and rear differential of the auto through two separate driveshafts. Rear drive vehicles don’t need a transfer case as the driveshaft comes directly out of the transmission to the drive wheels, via the rear differential.

These devices allow an all-wheel-drive system to function properly on any surface. The transfer case on a part-time four-wheel-drive system locks the front-axle driveshaft to the rear-axle driveshaft, so the wheels are forced to spin at the same speed.

Four wheel drive systems allow all four wheels on a vehicle to spin simultaneously. All 4WD vehicles have a transfer case between the front and rear axles that prevents the axles from spinning at different speeds. The transfer case allows the engine to provide maximum torque to the axle and wheels in order to maintain traction. Different 4WD configurations exist, and each variation employs different technologies to meet the needs of the driver. Some 4WD systems have a locking differential.

This means both wheels on the axle will turn together to achieve maximum traction. Another variation is the limited-slip differential. It can detect a slide or slip in one wheel and send torque to the other wheel to regain traction. A manual hub requires users to manually engage the front wheel drive mechanism in order to fully engage the 4WD system, while an automatic hub allows users to automatically command the front wheels in order to engage the 4WD system. Our service staff has extensive experience working on all types of 4WD systems.

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Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5:30pm