About Our Remanufactured MP3023 Transfer Case
Replacing your old MP3023 transfer case with one of our remanufactured MP 3023 transfer cases makes your vehicle's drivetrain perform better than it did when it rolled out of the factory. The original MP3023 transfer case had problems with getting stuck in gear due to electrical issues and a lack of pressure relief in the internal oil pump. These MP3023 transfer case problems are solved during the remanufacturing process in the form of using improved parts that work better than the original. When you buy an MP 3023 transfer case from us, you're getting an upgrade over the original and peace of mind knowing that your vehicle's drivetrain operates as it should.
Don't buy a used MP 3023 transfer from a junkyard. Chances are good that you're getting a transfer case that hasn't been remanufactured and has the same issues as the one you're looking to replace. When you buy an MP3023 transfer case rebuild from us, you're getting a part for your vehicle that has been rebuilt with new or re-machined parts that meet OEM specifications. If we come across a manufacturer defect in the MP 3023 transfer case, we correct the defect for a better result and solve the inherent MP3023 transfer case problems. The final result of our remanufacturing process is an MP 3023 transfer case that operates reliably and better than it did when it was originally manufactured.
When you're searching for a quality rebuilt MP 3023 transfer case for sale online, check out our extensive inventory of MP3023 transfer cases for sale and leave out the "near me" when you're searching. We offer fast and free shipping to commercial addresses and charge only 75$ shipping to residential addresses. Furthermore, we can also ship out an MP3023 transfer case rebuild via express shipping if you need it sooner. We also provide a 3-year/unlimited mileage warranty for all of our MP3023 transfer case rebuilds.
MP3023 Frequently Asked Questions
What is the MP3023 transfer case used for?
The MP3023 transfer case is used to put a 4WD vehicle into one of five settings that are appropriate for terrain and road conditions. The original manufacturing process of the MP3023 used parts that are prone to failure. These parts are replaced with stronger and more durable versions in our MP3023 transfer case remanufacturing process.
Is the MP3023 an AWD or 4WD transfer case?
The MP3023 is a two-speed active 4WD transfer case that puts the vehicle into the selected drive range. It features a 4WD Auto mode that anticipates and prevents slippage by directing torque to the affected wheel.
What type of fluid does an MP3023 transfer case take?
The recommended fluid for the MP3023 includes ATF+4, Dexron VI, or Mopar No. 245/247 fluid. You should use the transmission fluid recommended by the manufacturer of your vehicle.
How much does the MP3023 transfer case weigh?
The weight of the MP3023 transfer case is 90 pounds. Even though the MP 3023 transfer case is heavy, we're able to offer cheap shipping to your home or for free to a commercial address.
MP3023 History & Information
The MP3023 transfer case was built by Magna Powertrain, they bought out New Process Gear/ New Venture Gear in 2004. The MP 3023 is a two-speed active transfer case and has three different versions with 27, 29, or 32 splines depending on the transmission it was paired with. All versions are automatic electric shifts and are found on SUVs and light to heavy-duty trucks. The automatic shift function refers to the desired result when the driver turns the shift knob to put the vehicle into a specific drive mode. That is, when the driver turns the selector knob from 2 high to 4 high, auto, 4 low, or neutral, the 3023 transfer case responds by putting the vehicle into the desired drive range through electronic inputs.
The MP3023 transfer case began production in 2007 and was manufactured until 2019. It was used by different manufacturers for their 4WD vehicles for over a decade which means there are hundreds of thousands of vehicles with the MP3023 transfer case on the roads. In particular, this transfer case was paired with the 2ML70, 4L60E, 6L80E, and 6L90E transmissions. Most of the vehicles that carried these transmission/ transfer case combinations were the Chevrolet Avalanche, Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Chevrolet Suburban, Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Sierra 1500, GMC Yukon, Cadillac Escalade, Dodge Durango, and the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
The most common of the MP3023 transfer case problems involves a rear-bearing snap ring located on the output shaft. The eyelet-type snap rings are made from a too-thin metal that breaks easily when the clutch applies its torque load. The solution is to replace the snap ring with a thicker type, but the entire transfer case has to be taken apart to reach the broken snap ring.
Another common problem is the internal oil pump is prone to failure due to a lack of pressure relief. If there's too much pressure or debris in the transfer case, the oil pump cover blows off and releases the oil contained within the MP3023 transfer case. The parts inside the transfer case become starved of oil and fail. The only solution is to replace the entire oil pump unit.
The control-shaft lever is another point of failure on the MP 3023 transfer case. One of the arms of the lever uses a roller bearing to ride on a cam to move the shift fork into position and applies the clutch pack. When the bearing and washer on the control-shaft lever wear down, the motor can't correctly position the control shaft and causes damage to the shift fork and cam assembly.
These are well-known MP3023 transfer case problems that are all resolved during the remanufacturing process. All of the weak parts are replaced with stronger versions for reliable and trustworthy operation once the transfer case has been remanufactured.
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