About Toyota CV Joint
The Toyota CV joint is designed to transmit power from the transmission to the wheels, while safely accommodating for up-down suspension motion. It allows the transmission of power to the wheels via a variable angle constant velocity joint, without increasing friction and breaking the part. When your CV joint is working correctly you will be able to continue to drive and turn the car quietly, without noises or clunks. The CV joint will be at the front of the vehicle on FWD cars, at the rear of some RWD vehicles, and at the front and rear of AWD vehicles.
A cracked CV joint rubber boot will eventually lead to CV joint failure if not addressed in time. In order to replace your CV joint, jack the vehicle up, loosen the strut mount, loosen the wheel side axle bolts or hub nut, pry or pop axle out of transmission, then remove and replace the old CV joint with the new one. It is a moderately tough job for the DIY mechanic, and best suited for those with larger tools and prior experience doing this messy repair. Signs that your CV joint is going bad include a loud clicking noise when turning, seeing lots of grease in your wheel or feeling excessive vibration while driving.
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