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CV Joints/Drive Axles take the torque product by the transmission and translates it into a twisting motion on the Axles, the suspension must be able to move up and down to keep your ride comfortable and accommodate the uneven roads, therefore a Joint is needed at each end of the Axles.
This Joint allows the up and down movement of the suspension during this twisting motion.
These parts have rubber boats on them to hold lubricants, its the lubricant that extend the life of the CV Joint/Drive Axle. The most common maintenance for these items is a visual inspection to check for cracks in the boot, cuts from road debris and loose clamps, replacing the boots before they burst and leak lubricant or worse, fall off, is the most cost effective way to maintain.
Unfortunately, sometimes you don’t know when the boot fails, road debris, dirt, rocks etc work their way into the joint and premature failure is the result. Its times like these the entire assembly must be replaced.
The most common way to determine if your CV Joint are bad is to turn the steering wheel and accelerate slowly, listening for a clicking noise, typically the clicking noise begins at the extended turn, then gradually get worse over time in small turns, eventually leading to constant clicking and worse? Breakage.
Come in today, let us inspect and evaluate your CV Joint Axles, you can be confident we will accurately asses the condition and make recommendations.
We will have you back on the road, "click-
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