Is the CV axle connects to transmission?

1 Answer:
  • Mohd Asnawi
    CV joints connect the transmission to the wheels and are an important part of your vehicle's drive axles.
  • Can you drive without CV boot?

    If the CV joint gets corrupted or contamination takes place, then the lubricant will leak. A boot seals the CV, and this boot is not resistant to damage. Whenever this happens, the joint will wear out and fail. If you drive a car with a damaged CV, the joint will deteriorate more, making driving impossible.23 ago 2021
  • Should I replace both 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.
  • Do 4 wheel drive vehicles have CV joints?

    Because driveshaft angles vary little, just a few degrees, U-joints are typically used for this purpose – older 4WD vehicles used U-joints on the front axles as well. However, because the steering wheels on front-wheel drive vehicles turn through a much greater range, up to 52 °, constant velocity (CV) joints are used.
  • Do axle nuts need washers?

    Expert Reply: Yes, there should be a washer of some type between the spindle nut and the bearing on your trailer. The washer protects the back side of the bearing from the edges and points on the back side of the spindle nut.
  • How do you measure a PTO joint?

    An accurate way to determine which series of PTO you have is to take two measurements of the cross and bearing kit on the tractor-end of the driveline. Using calipers, measure the outside diameters of the u-joint caps, which would be the same as measuring the inside holes of the yoke ears.1 jul 2020