Can I drive without Axlenut?

1 Answer:
  • Muhd Zulfadli Sahadom
    No, you actually should not drive without the axle nuts, for if you do, the trailing arms and the stub axles could get damaged as a result of that.14 oct 2021
  • What causes CV boot tears?

    The most common cause of CV joint failure is from the deterioration and splitting or tearing of the rubber CV Boot. Once split the protective CV joint grease escapes and dirt, road grime and water can enter the joint and cause the CV joint to wear rapidly and fail prematurely.17 jul 2015
  • How do I know if CV joint needs replacement?

    3 Signs The CV Axles On Your Vehicle Need To Be Replaced
    1. Vehicle Will Not Move. Since the CV axles deliver engine power to the front wheels, If one of your CV axles has utterly and completely failed, the vehicle might not move at all. ...
    2. Grease On Inside Edge Of Front Tires. ...
    3. Rhythmic Clicking Noise When Turning.
    9 feb 2021
  • What do U-joints do?

    Universal joints allow drive shafts to move up and down with the suspension while the shaft is moving so power can be transmitted when the drive shaft isn't in a straight line between the transmission and drive wheels. Rear-wheel-drive vehicles have universal joints (or U-joints) at both ends of the drive shaft.
  • What is the CV axle connected to?

    The CV axle is attached to the wheels by CV joints. The inner CV joints connect the transmission to the CV axle while the outer CV joints connect the CV axle to the wheels.
  • Are CV joints used in front-wheel drive vehicles?

    CV joints are part of the driveshaft and are used primarily on front-wheel drive vehicles, but they are also used in rear- and four-wheel drive vehicles. Each drive wheel has two CV joints: the inner joint connects the transmission to the axle, and the outer joint connects the axle to the wheel.