Axle and CV Joint Repair
Your vehicle performance and drivability depend on the interplay of the vehicle's axles, CV joints, and driveshaft components. In front wheel drive vehicles, CV joints are used on the front axles. CV joints are flexible, so this allows the axles to move as they absorb the up and down motions of the wheels. The axles also carry the vehicle's weight as well as keep the forces derived from braking and accelerating. As such, the normal wear and tear of the axles and CV joints require a visit to car maintenance shop for inspection and/or replacements.
Benefits of Axle and CV Joint Repair
It is time to have your vehicle's axles, CV joints, and driveshaft components checked for replacements when you notice any of these signs: clunking or clicking sounds; vibrations, especially when accelerating could signal a broken driveshaft, or a problem with the axle. A broken driveshaft may also lead to problems in turning and steering. Grease leaking out from a damaged CV boot is another sign of trouble that will affect the CV joints in due time. Bring your vehicle to our service center, or contact us at the first sign of malfunctioning or degrading axles, CV joints, driveshafts and other components.