Shop for New Auto Parts at 1AAuto.com http://1aau.to/c/84/dz/axles-and-axleshafts A greasy mess behind your wheel, all over the wheel well, or on other close by areas suggest a rip or hole in the CV Axle boot. The CV Joint contains grease to keep the joint moving smoothly, and the rubber boot keeps the joint sealed. A rip, tear, or hole in the boot will let grease get flung all over as the axle spins! In this video, Andy shows you where to look for the telltale signs of a leaking CV boot, how to clean up the mess, and a general picture of what replacing a CV axle requires. 0:00 Greasy Tire or Wheel Well in Your Car or Truck? Replace This Part to Save Money and Time
0:30 Grease on and Around a Wheel Is a Good Sign of a CV Boot Hole or Tear.
1:12 Replacing CV Shafts is Similar Across Most Vehicle Platforms
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