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2006 – 2014 OEM BMW 3 Series and 5 Series Transfer Case Actuator (Part Number 27107546671)
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Part: OEM BMW 3 Series and 5 Series Transfer Case Actuator
Fits: All BMW 3 and 5 Series that are AWD / Xi / X-drive
Years: 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • 2013 • 2014
Part Number: 27107546671
Part comes with new resistor and new mounting blots.
|Dimensions||6 × 6 × 6 in|
|Other Part Number|
27 10 7 546 671
27 10 2 449 712
Part Number: 27107546671
2006-14 BMW 3 AND 5 SERIES CARS OEM TRANSFER CASE ACTUATOR 27107546671
This is a Brand new OEM Transfer case actuator also known as the Servomotor package BMW
The Part has a full year Replacement warranty Against defects Part comes with New Resistor and New mounting blots
Fits: all 3 and 5 series cars that are awd , xi , x drive from 2006-2014
What does this part do?
The transfer case receives power from the transmission and sends it to both the front and rear axles. This can be done with gears, hydraulics, or chain drive. On some vehicles, such as four-wheel-drive trucks or vehicles intended for off-road use, this feature is controlled by the driver. The driver can put the transfer case into either "two-wheel-drive" or "four-wheel-drive" mode. This is sometimes accomplished by means of a shifter, similar to that in a manual transmission. On some vehicles this may be electronically operated by a switch instead. Some vehicles, such as all-wheel-drive sports cars, have transfer cases that are not selectable. Such a transfer case is permanently "locked" into all-wheel-drive mode.On the BMW 3 and 5 series sedan the transfer case is chain driven and the transfer case is engaged "on the fly " or when the vehicles sensors compute the necessity or demand such as if you were slipping in the snow or wet road condition ,the servomotor or actuator would be energized causing the transfer case to engage
Why did it break?
The servomotor failure can be caused by many different reasons ,Some things to look in to would be matching tire sizes or faulty speed sensors which can cause the electronic system to read faulty signals causing abrupt and un-necessary transfer case engagement , Constant poor driving conditions and abuse of the vehicle have also been known to cause the failure .