What transfer case is in a Jeep Grand Cherokee?
Since 1988, the NP231 has been the “Command Trac” transfer case used in the XJ Cherokee, MJ Comanche, and YJ Wrangler. It has been the “Command Trac” transfer case in the ZJ Grand Cherokee since its introduction.
How do I know what transfer case my Jeep has?
The easiest way to identify the transfer case input is by identifying the stock transmission that Jeep used. The 21 and 23 splined output shafts vary on different transmission models. The AX15 transmission is always 23 spline shaft and extends 1/2″ beyond the face of the transmission.
What transfer case is in a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
A: Phillip, the Quadratrac four-wheel-drive system in your ’96 Cherokee uses an NP249 transfer case. Common failures in this transfer case occur within the viscous coupler, which the case requires to transfer power while in 4-Lo.
What did a NP241 come in?
The NP241 transfer case was in service from 1989-1999. It features an aluminum casing and is driven by a chain. It is a popular model, being found in numerous applications including the Chevrolet Blazer, Suburban, and Tahoe, as well as the 1500, 2500, 3500, and Van.
Do all cars have transfer cases?
A transfer case is a specialized component that is used on four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive vehicles. It is essential on vehicles that use both front and rear axles to drive.
Why do 4×4 have two gear sticks?
When the vehicle is taken off road, it requires power to be distributed evenly to all 4 wheels in order to maintain traction on loose or slippery surfaces. To shift from 2 Wheel Drive into 4 Wheel Drive, the second shift lever is used. This connects to what is called a “Transfer Case”.
What are the symptoms of a bad transfer case shift motor?
Here are some of the most common signs you may encounter when you have a bad transfer case:
- Gear Shifting Issues.
- Difficulty Staying in 4WD.
- 4WD Will Not Engage/Disengage.
- Puddle Formation Directly Under the Transfer Case’s Location.
- Weird Grinding, Growling or Humming Noises.
- 4WD Warning Light Illuminates.
- 4WD Transfer Case.
Why does the 4X4 light stay on?
Vehicles that have four wheel drive systems tend to have a separate light to indicate an issue with the system. Usually labeled “Service 4WD”, when this light comes on, a code will be stored in the computer’s memory to help identify any issues. Depending on the problem, the four wheel drive may be disabled temporarily.