Do CV axles clunk?

1 Answer:
  • Ekong Ferdy
    In addition to humming, a defective CV axle can develop any number of clicks, pops and clunks as the damage to the axle joints worsens. If a clunking noise is heard while speeding up or slowing down, it can mean damage to the inner and outer CV joints.
  • Should I replace CV joint or axle?

    Replacing a CV Boot

    Many repair shops, though, will recommend replacing the entire axle if a boot is torn because there may be unseen damage to the CV joints, axle shafts and other parts that could result in other problems. Outer boots (the ones closest to a wheel) are more prone to tears than inner boots.
    31 ene 2016
  • How do you tell if u-joint is binding?

    Part of a video titled Bad U-Joint? Here's How To Tell - YouTube
    And look for any play. When you start to move this if there's a delay. If there's a delay betweenMoreAnd look for any play. When you start to move this if there's a delay. If there's a delay between here and here. Then you know that your u joints are bound.
  • Should I add transmission fluid after changing CV axle?

    You wont lose any fluid during an axle change.13 mar 2011
  • How long can I drive on a torn CV boot?

    There is no real set time how long the bad joint will last, and it may last a year or a month. A YourMechanic technician can travel to your location and help and replace the axle CV joint boot as soon as possible.22 oct 2016
  • What is drive shaft bearing?

    Connecting the two sections of the driveshaft is a center support bearing, which is a "U" shaped metal bracket with a solid-rubber machined bearing on the inside. The bearing is designed to keep both parts of the driveshaft solid in order to reduce harmonic vibration as the vehicle accelerates.4 ago 2016