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Our vehicle workshop is kitted out to provide you with industry leading CV joint repair in Pretoria.
Take a look at the guide below to help diagnose potential problems with your CV joints. If you’re unsure, or just want someone to take a closer look feel free to contact Mototek for cv joint repair diagnosis and quotation.
These joints are a part of the steering system, allowing your wheels to turn; if damaged, they can put you and your passengers at serious risk.
While driving, if you hear any clicking sounds when turning, there could be a problem with your CV joints.
One of the most common and most noticeable symptoms of a bad or failing CV axle shaft assembly is an audible clicking noise when turning. When CV axles become excessively worn, the joints will become loose and click when turning. The clicks may become louder or more pronounced during sharper and faster turns, and will be heard on the side with the faulty CV shaft.
a problem with the CV axle shafts is grease on the inside edge of the tireor along the underside of the vehicle. This is usually caused by a torn boot leaking grease, which is tossed around while the axle turns. A leaky boot will eventually lead to CV joint failure, as dirt and debris will get into the boot and damage the joint.
CV axles serve as the final link between the engine and the wheels. They serve the important function of transferring the torque from the drivetrain to the vehicle’s wheels in order to move the vehicle. For this reason, if you suspect that one or more of your CV axle shafts may be having a problem, a technician from Mototek will be able to help you replace it.
If you’re driving on a flat paved road and your vehicle is still bouncing you around, then you likely have a faulty CV joint. You can verify this diagnosis by going to an auto shop that can repair transmissions.
Emitted due to a lack of lubrication in the CV joint. A steady knocking while driving at low speeds is also an indication of a bad CV joint.