Much like most modern transfer cases the ATC300 uses a shift actuator, or shift motor, to engage the 4 wheel drive system.
The ATC300 is used in the BMW 3 Series and 5 Series from about 2004 to 2013. There are several variations of the transfer case for those years, which are 27107599693, 27107599690, 27107613153, 27107613152, but luckily all of them use the same actuator - part number 27107546671.
Posted by CobraTransmission.com at Wednesday, December 21, 2016
The NP242 was first introduced into the market in the Jeep Cherokee and Wagoneer in 1987 and later used in the Grand-Cherokee and Liberty. Tags for the early Jeeps will read NP242AMC. Once Jeep changed ownership to Chrysler, the tags read NP242J.
Civilian Hummer H1 5.7, 6.2, 6.5 and 6.6L came equipped with the 242 and the 6.2 and 6.5L military version came equipped with the 242 as well. The NP218 was also used in some of the military H1.
Dodge also used the transfer case in the Dakota and Durango with a variation in the input shaft bearing of 16 or 24mm wide (NP242D).
To properly identify the case simply go to the back of it, the side facing the rear tires, and look for a round silver and red tag. On the tag you will find the model number, ratio and other information relating to the case.
The range for the transfer case is 2WD High, 4WD High, 4WD Part Time, 4WD Low and Neutral.
We carry a large selection of parts and remanufactured units. You can send us an email or give us a call if you have any questions or to place your order over the phone.
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Posted by CobraTransmission.com at Monday, August 08, 2016
In 2003 BMW updated the transfer case for the X5 going from a chain driven non-electric transfer case to a chain driven electric transfer case known as the ATC500.
Although introduced in 2003 some still came with the non-electric transfer case. The best way to know for sure is to go to the rear of the case and look for a round tag or engravings. The easiest way is to look for an electric motor with a connection that goes to the vehicles computer.
Unlike its predecessor, the ATC500 has a clutch pack, electric shift motor (actuator) and the wires that go from the transfer case to the vehicles computer.
Most issues for this transfer case, like many that are chain driven, is the chain stretches over time and will need to be replaced.
We carry a large selection of parts for this unit including the bearings, seals, chain, clutch pack assembly (sprocket assembly), pump, drum and other parts. If you would rather just put a reman unit we can help with that as well. Either way we’ve got you covered.
Posted by CobraTransmission.com at Monday, August 01, 2016