The Basics Behind CV Axle Replacement Services at Advanced Auto Care

Formerly, CV axles were mostly used in front-wheel drive vehicles. CV axles are popular today in both front and rear-wheel drive vehicles. The CV axle assembly — axle shaft, CV joints, and CV boots — is designed to deliver power to the wheels flexibly for smooth torque transfer. The CV axle, along with the suspension system, located between the drive wheels, compensates for road irregularities and transmits torque to the wheels while keeping them spinning at a constant speed. The CV axle is fastened by CV joints to the wheels. The internal CV joints link the transmission to the CV axle while the external CV joints attach the CV axle to the wheels. A fully working CV axle assembly ensures protection and stability for your car, while maintaining passenger comfort across various speeds and driving conditions.

Why Should You Have CV Axle Replacement Services Performed at Advanced Auto Care?

Due to the nature of its durability and the harsh conditions encountered by its parts, the CV axle assembly can wear out over time. If the wheels on your car or truck hesitate, or you feel resistance when turning, problems can occur with your CV axle. Sudden pops when turning mean you may need a patch for your CV axle. When you are searching for signs that your CV axle needs to be replaced, bear in mind that several symptoms may point to other problems such as unaligned wheels or irregular wear of the tread. Maintaining and repairing other parts of the CV axle assembly of your vehicle will keep all of the assembly running as planned and help avoid replacement of CV axles. Driving with a broken CV axle just worsens other components and contributes to more costly down the road repairs. Contact us for a CV Axle Repair service at the first sign of trouble.

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