Transfer Case Fluid Replacement Cost
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Transfer cases can use many different types of fluids so it's very important to use the exact type specified by the manufacturer.
Over time, transfer case fluid breaks down and becomes contaminated with moisture, which can lead to damage from a lack of proper lubrication. For optimal transfer case functionality and life, the fluid should be replaced every two years or 30,000 miles.