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Constant velocity joints are used in front-wheel drive vehicles to transfer the 

engine’s power from the transaxle to the two drive wheels.  

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing CV Joint

  • Unnatural humming or clunking sounds coming from your vehicle when you are accelerating or decelerating with engine load

  • A clicking noise that occurs when driving around corners

  • A clicking noise when performing a sharp U-turn

  • Noticeable vibrations felt in the cab of the car, especially while accelerating

  • A burning smell (this can be caused by a CV Joint leaking grease onto exhaust or brake systems)

  • A visible broken, displaced or cracked CV joint boot (you will be able to see this by simply looking under the vehicle, and at the CV joint with a flashlight)

C.V Joints Service

Our experts will carefully inspect all your driveline mechanisms, including its driveshaft and universal joints, to diagnose and repair the source of any noise, vibration, or steering difficulty you’re experiencing. 

Our C.V Joints Service includes:

  • Checking for noises or vibration during acceleration

  • Inspecting your drive shaft joints for cracks, tears, loss of lubricant, or excessive movement

  • Measuring and refilling the transmission fluid

  • Repairing or replacing CV joint components, if our technicians suggest and you decide it is needed.

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