Can a CV axle cause transmission problems?

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  • Andy Che Irawan
    The answer is yes, it absolutely can. If the CV axle breaks and leaves the driveshaft off-center in the differential, then power will not be transmitted to your wheels properly. A broken CV axle could mess up your vehicle's transmission and this is why it is important to get it repaired as soon as possible.2 ago 2021
  • How do you remove a drive shaft joint?

    Part of a video titled Remove U-Joints without a Press | 5 min. U-Joint Removal - YouTube
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    But setting that on there and then taking the sledgehammer. Putting resting one foot on the heat onMoreBut setting that on there and then taking the sledgehammer. Putting resting one foot on the heat on the driveshaft. Here just to kind of hold it steady.
  • When inspecting the drive shaft what checks should be undertaken?

    Inspect the center bearing bracket, bracket bolts and mounting hardware and ensure they are not loose or broken. Inspect the center bearing bracket for cracks. With hand pressure only, push up and pull down on the driveshaft to check for movement in the center bearing carrier.1 abr 2014
  • Can you drive a car with only one CV axle?

    You can drive your car for some time without the CV axle. However, the car may stop unexpectedly. The CV axle is what transfers power from the engine to the wheels.6 sept 2021
  • Can you reuse axle nut?

    IF the nut comes OFF clean, then yeah, you can probably reuse it. I have reused some before. However, if the stub of cv shaft sticking out is all rusted up/threads corroded, then you will likely damage the threads on the nut when you remove it.9 nov 2010
  • Do CV joints spin?

    Part of a video titled How a CV Axle Works - YouTube
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    So you can see when I rotate the input axle it rotates the output axle in the same direction at theMoreSo you can see when I rotate the input axle it rotates the output axle in the same direction at the same speed.