Over time the rubber boots of the CV joints can become cracked, torn, or otherwise compromised. Once moisture and dirt get into a CV joint and grease makes its way out, the CV joints can will go bad. Signs of impending failures are a click-click-clicking or metallic crackling noise while turning and accelerating or a clunking upon deceleration.
If you need CV axle replacement service, we at A plus transmission can help. Our CV axle replacement service is quick and affordable.
A CV joint or constant velocity is a type of mechanism that connects two fixed rotating shafts. This joint allows the shafts to be connected while axis pivots change, for example when suspension or steering operation occurs. CV joints are widely used in front-wheel and rear wheel drive cars. CV joints can deliver torque more evenly then conventional "U" joints. The CV joint is used because of its ability to transmit more even torque throughout a particular flex range. A CV joint can also deliver power on a wider range of angles then "U" joints, which makes them more desirable than its older counterpart. One difference between the two joints is the way they are serviced. A CV joint is constructed with a rubber boot that is meant to contain the lubricating grease. A typical "U" joint has grease seals on each bearing cap so a boot is not needed. The CV joint is virtually non-serviceable unless the boot ruptures.
A Plus transmission specialist technicians are fully trained to handle any CV axle replacement job. We can do most CV axle replacement jobs the same day. call today. or send a free quote request CV axle replacement cost.