At first, just a leak in the boot indicates that problems are headed your way. If ANY grit gets inside, like when it's wet, that starts the CV joint to wear. As the problem progresses you'll notice clicking and popping sounds when you're moving, especially as you turn the wheel. It will definitely get worse when you turn the wheel, and you may not even notice it when going straight. Once it starts making noise, you don't have a lot of time before it either locks up or the vehicle will act like it's in neutral.
A bad cv joint/axle shaft on the front will make a clicking noise when turning.
If your car is not turning correctly, you will be able to tell either your CV axle or your control arm is bad. It will cost about $600 to fix either one, with parts.
When turning left or right, you will hear a clicking noise.
I am assuming the axle cv joint itself is bad an not just the boot. If the cv joint is bad you will have to replace the whole axle itself. 1. Drain transmission fluid. 2. Remove wheel. 3. Loosen and remove axle nut and remove whatever is necessary to free axle from wheel/suspension area. 4. Using a prybar or large screwdriver pop axle out of transmission and replace.
I think you mean axle shaft joint. The usual symptom of a bad axle shaft joint is a crunching noise when turning corners.
If it is a front wheel drive vehicle, it could be your cv axle or bad struts. yes bad shocks could cause vibration ,but i know my car had a bad cv axle in it a while back. the problem was the cv axle was broke in 2. Take it to an auto shop and ask them to test drive it and see if they can tell you what the problem might be. but if its a front wheel drive car, then i would bet money it is the cv axle but if its a rear wheel drive vehicle then ask them to check your universal joints(U-Joints.)
No the axle shafts use CV joints.No the axle shafts use CV joints.
Usually you will here a popping sound when you are in a turn.
Bad inner CV joint?
Sounds like a bad CV joint. On most cars, it is often more economical to replace the complete axle shaft on that side that has a bad cv joint. Hope this helps. Good-luck!
sound like a bad cv joint aka axle shaft check rubber boots on left and right axle if they are cracked and open chances are cv joint went bad from lack of luberication and contaminents
If you replace the entire cv joint axle in MD you will have $82 in the new axle + labor in a garage $40-$60 per hr. I did it myself. not a bad job.
sounds like a bad cv axle
Once the CV boots have failed (unless you were watching when it happened) the cv joint inside has gone bad from grit and running dry. Don't mess with an individual CV joint. Replacing the whole axle makes much more sense in the long run, since it is actually less effort and you will end up with a new axle and 2 new CV joints. The axle half-shaft includes both CV joints for that side of the vehicle.
they make a fork to put in between the transmission and the cv axle that attaches to a slide hammer, supporting the cv axle and using the slide hammer the axle should pop out (note I have seen the fork damage the housing of the cv axle if it is a very stumbern fit).
how do u remove cv axle driverside 1991 toyota corolla
I think you mean axle shaft joint. A crunching noise, especially when turning corners suggests bad axle shaft joints.
The sensor bolt in to the knuckle and reads the toothed wheel on the cv axle. If the sensor is bad you just need to unbolt and disconnect the wire to remove. If the wheel is bad/damaged you would need a new cv joint or axle.
Yes, it will and generally it is the inboard cv joint.
bad cv joint aka axle shaft
Lift the vehicle using a jack. Inspect the CV boot for problems. Mark the axle. Separate the CV from the shaft. Remove the CV boot clamps. Use a mallet to knock the CV joint off the shaft. Remove the boot from the CV axle shaft.
posibly needs a new axle cv is bad
The 2000 Ram had u joints, not cv joints at the front axle.
Could either be a bad brake wheel cylinder (caliper) or a bad CV joint axle seal
Could be,wheel balance,bad universal joint,bad axle CV joint,