How long do CV joints usually last?

1 Answer:
  • Ah Ken
    70,000 to 130,000 miles
    Answer: CV joints last from 70,000 to 130,000 miles, and over, but technicians recommend that they be inspected periodically.
  • How much does it cost to replace the CV axle?

    The Average Cost for Replacing a CV Axle Is $809 to $1,074 Depending on if You Go to the Mechanic or DIY.19 ene 2022
  • Should you replace both front CV axles at the same time?

    On a high-mileage vehicle with a bad CV joint or boot, it's often a good idea to replace both shafts at the same time. Often, the right (passenger side) shaft fails first because right turns are at a sharper angle than left turns, and right turns are more common than left turns.
  • What are the symptoms of a bad CV joint?

    3 Signs That Your CV Axles/Half Shafts May Need Attention
    • Clicking Noise. If your CV axle is damaged, it will often make a clicking sound as you turn the vehicle. ...
    • Trouble Driving. If you hear the dreaded clicking, our recommendation is to call for a tow truck. ...
    • Torn Boots.
    18 jun 2020
  • What are the signs of a bad CV axle?

    3 Signs That Your CV Axles/Half Shafts May Need Attention
    • Clicking Noise. If your CV axle is damaged, it will often make a clicking sound as you turn the vehicle. ...
    • Trouble Driving. If you hear the dreaded clicking, our recommendation is to call for a tow truck. ...
    • Torn Boots.
    18 jun 2020
  • Should you grease axle spindle?

    When installing a CV shaft into a bearing hub assembly, we don't recommend using any lubricant at all. Instead, just clean the shaft really well with a wire brush and make sure there's no dirt or debris on the shaft or in the hub.