Do CV axles go bad at the same time?

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  • Cje Kassim
    I got my 02 1.8t at 51k miles, and both axles were clicking very faintly. It's definitely possible for them to go bad at the same time, as they usually wear at the same rate. It's not common, but it is possible.27 oct 2008
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