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westbury
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Nov 11, 6:44pm - #324325 
cv joint or boot problems

did any one ever have a problem with there cv joint or boot does it click or mess up your steering

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Nov 11, 9:27pm - #324326 
I never have.

Make sure that there are no rips or punctures in the boot.


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Nov 11, 9:57pm - #324327 
no there isnt

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Nov 12, 2:00pm - #324328 
mine click a little too, nothing to noticable though

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Nov 12, 2:18pm - #324329 
i had to have mine completely replaced because the asshole who installed my sway bars and springs was lazy and slit the boots during installation angry angry

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Nov 12, 3:26pm - #324330 
Originally Posted by Chris McLean
i had to have mine completely replaced because the asshole who installed my sway bars and springs was lazy and slit the boots during installation angry angry
Jesus. On purpose?


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Nov 12, 8:35pm - #324331 
Originally Posted by Tyler_W
mine click a little too, nothing to noticeable though

I like the nonchalant answer.
If you hear it then it's noticeable. To say if you hear a clicking noise during turning then you're are screwed. May be the CV joint may not be.
The CV Joint is nothing cheap to play with. Get it look at and/or fixed.
It wil cost an arm and a leg to get the CV joint fixed. Good luck thumbsup thumbsup

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Nov 12, 10:09pm - #324332 
what is a cv joint? my car makes a scraping like noise in hard right turns, but maybe its a really fast click?

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Nov 12, 10:18pm - #324333 
Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by Chris McLean
i had to have mine completely replaced because the asshole who installed my sway bars and springs was lazy and slit the boots during installation angry angry
Jesus. On purpose?


certainly seemed that way when i brought it to my dealership...they said there is no way i should have to have them replaced

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Nov 13, 11:13am - #324334 
why am i screwed did the dealer ship replace it ?

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Nov 13, 3:05pm - #324335 
i notice it more on honda, especially at around 100k..that's when it really start to click whenver you turn...


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Nov 13, 3:14pm - #324336 
A cv joint is short for constant velocity joint. Its main purpose is to drive the car. The change the motion from the tranny to circular motion which inturn turns your wheels. The way to tell if this joint is bad it to take a turn right or left and listen to hear if you hear a noticable clicking noise. Another way to check is if your boot is ripped. If your boot is ripped and you catch it early enough you might be able to save the enitre joint. If not the you will have to replace the entire thing. This normally wont occur on cars with not to many miles on then but it can still happen. Older car more likly to have bad joints.

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