How to Check CV Joints?

Answer A CV (constant velocity) joint is a drive shaft that is attached to the transmission on one end and to the wheel on the other end. The transmission turns the CV joint when engaged, which turns the ... Read More »

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How to Check U Joints?

The universal joint is a coupling that connects two shafts and allows movement in all directions. This freedom of movement allows the drive shaft to move up and down as the car passes over bumps. M... Read More »

How to Check for Bad Ball Joints?

Ball joints allow your steering and suspension to work together. After a period of wear, ball joints need to be replaced. Check them periodically or you risk the ball joint failing and your wheel c... Read More »

How Do I Check the Ball Joints on My Car?

Ball joints are important parts to the car's suspension system as they help with steering and the ability for the car to move easier. While different car makers use different types of ball joints, ... Read More »

How to Check Ball Joints?

Ball joints are used to connect car's suspension system to control arms and steering knuckles. Ball joints allow your suspension system to move while the vehicle is steered. The number and location... Read More »