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Question about 1994 Prizm

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...CV axle or entire drive axle? on this type of vehichle, you have two axles in the front; one going to each side. Chances are that the boot at the axle joint was torn and that is why you are having ...

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...axle (CV shaft) from the hub. Replace seal. It should pop right out. Good luck! neither of the previous solutions are coming from ppl who know what they are talking about. i am in the process of ...

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...cv axle shaft. I had a tear in my rubber boot and noted some grease leaking out. I do not have any clicking noise when I take turns. Also, is the cv axle shaft in one fixed rod, or does the spindle ...

...behind the axle boot. Can you tell me what kind of boot is that? Thanks that is the CV joint grease seal boot. This is the cv boot.(constant velocity joint) For the front axle shaft.Hope this

...the CV joint. If it is leaking grease out of the cv joint, you will have to replace the rubber cv boot or eventually, the entire cv axle, if it gets worn because of lost grease and no

Question about 2003 Baja

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...trans. clean old grease out of failed axle, stuff new grease into cv joint and put new boot on shaft close to joint. fill the boot with the rest of the tube of cv grease and install per

...CV axle as well as the CV axle seal due to a leak. After everything was installed I found I still have a leak and it has actually become slightly worse. The car is on jack stands and noticed that it ...

...cv axle from a 2005 Chevy asteo van AWD permenanlry The CV axle stub (end with the axle nut on it) supports the wheel bearing, removing the axle then driving on it would cause the bearing to wear ...

Question about 2005 Accent

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...CV Axle My 2005 Hyundai Accent makes a noise when I accelerate. I took it for a check. They told me i would need a flex pipe for the exhaust and a cv axle. How much should i be looking to spend? They ...

...you think it might be CV joint in front axle. Maybe the right axle, but could be left. Check inside the wheel for greese. This indicates a leaking cv boot, which most often leads to the joint

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