Transfer Case Principles introduces learners to the main types of vehicle architectures, concepts on how a transfer case functions within a four-wheel vehicle, and how human interactions can influence how a transfer case operates.
- Differentiate the various types of vehicle architectures.
- Recognize mechanical components with the drivetrain of a four-wheel drive vehicle.
- Recall electrical hardware and software used within a four-wheel drive vehicle.
- Outline the supporting physics that allow four-wheel drive vehicles to operate.
- Name the different transfer case subsystems.
- Define driver-selectable modes and how an operator can directly or indirectly communicate with the transfer case.
This course includes
Pre / Post-Assessment
Course Length: 1 h
- Automatic Transmission Fundamentals
- Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and Shared (ACES) Vehicle Fundamentals
- Axles: Drive Axles – Heavy Duty Commercial Vehicles
- Bearings: Bearing Fundamentals
- Braking Systems
- Chain: Chain Fundamentals – Industrial
- Differential Basics
- Electric Vehicle Battery Basics
- Electrical and Electronics
- Gearboxes: Gearbox Basics
- Hydraulic Systems: Hydraulic System Fundamentals
- Oil Seals: Oil Seal Fundamentals – Rotary Applications
- Wheel Basics
Table of Contents
- Architecture Types: 2WD
- Architecture Types: 4WD
- Drivetrain Components: Mechanical Components
- Drivetrain Components: Electrical Hardware
- Drivetrain Components: 4WD Software Control Systems
Transfer Case Sub-Systems and Selectable Modes
- Transfer Case Types
- Transfer Case Shifts
- Transfer Case Driver-Selectable Modes
- Transfer Case HMI
Transfer Case Input Variables
- Driveline Torque
- Skid Torque
- Wheel Slip
- Driveline Speed
- Vehicle Steering
After completing this course you will receive a certificate of completion.