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Electronically controlled transfer cases employ the Transfer Case Control Module. The majority of cars are front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive, with only a handful having the option of switching to four-wheel drive.
The transfer case control module is in charge of converting the drive transmission from two to four or all-wheel drive. A speed sensor is included in the module to determine whether or not the vehicle requires the drive switch.
When compared to passenger cars, commercial and utility vehicles have a higher penetration of four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive systems. The need for transfer case control modules is expected to rise as the demand for commercial vehicles rises across a variety of end-use sectors.
The Global Transfer Case Control Module Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
For best performance, Dorman’s has started remanufacturing of Transfer Case Control Module which is developed with new replacement parts and updated parts. It offers a high-quality, eco-friendly alternative to purchasing new.
Dorman products are designed in the United States and supported by a 100-year track record in the automobile aftermarket. Our products have been extensively tested and examined, and if you have any problems installing or using them, we have an ASE Blue Seal-certified technical support staff on hand to assist you.
The device is Plug and Play for simple, cost-effective installation with no programming required, and it has been fully remanufactured and vehicle simulator-tested for quality assurance. It also turns off the four-wheel drive (4WD) warning light.
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