How long does a CV joint last?

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    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 tight should CV axle nuts be?

    The nut on the spindle should be tightened until snug, with no side-to-side play in the hub and then backed off slightly, about maybe a 1/8 of a turn.14 ene 2015
  • 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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  • 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.
  • What is outer CV joint?

    All front-wheel drive vehicles have CV joints on both ends of the axle drive shafts, also known as half shafts. Inner CV joints connect the axle drive shafts to the transmission or differential, while the outer CV joints connect the axle drive shafts to the wheels.
  • Do all cars have a front axle?

    The front and rear axles are responsible for rotating the wheels. Most cars have front and rear axles, although larger vehicles might have more.