What is another name for CV axle?

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    A constant velocity (CV) axle, also known as a half shaft, takes power from the vehicle's transmission and differential and transfers it to the wheels, allowing the vehicle to drive forward.
  • Can you drive an all wheel drive vehicle without the front drive shaft?

    Can you drive a 4WD truck without a front or rear driveshaft? Yes, this is possible, if you drive a traditional 4WD with a lockable center differential. Remove the damaged drive shaft and lock the center differential. This will allow the transfer box to transfer power to the front or rear driveshaft.
  • How do you test an ATV CV joint?

    Popping or clicking noises when turning.

    This may be an indication of a worn or damaged outer CV joint. To verify this condition, place the vehicle in reverse, then crank the steering wheel or handlebars all the way to one side. Drive the vehicle backward in a circle.
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  • What is a universal joint in a car?

    Universal joints are X-shaped parts typically made of steel with a bearing cap at each end that allows the vehicle's rigid driveshaft to connect to the transmission and rotate freely.29 ene 2021
  • How do you maintain CV joints?

    Part of a video titled CV Joints - Boots & Weatherstrip - How To Prevent Cracking. - YouTube
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  • What is the purpose of a drive shaft working angle?

    Part of a video titled Propeller Shaft U-Joint Working Angles - YouTube
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