How to Replace CV Joints?

Answer CV joints are part of the driveshaft. The driveshaft is what connects the transmission or transaxle (depending on whether you have a front wheel drive or rear wheel drive vehicle) to the wheels. Th... Read More »

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How to Replace U-Joints on a TR6?

The U-joints (universal joints) on a Triumph TR6 are important components of the driveline. The U-joints allow the drive shaft (also called a propeller shaft) to spin smoothly where it is bolted to... Read More »

How to Replace Non-Serviceable U-Joints?

The universal joints in your vehicle let the drive shaft move at an angle while transferring turning power between the transmission, drive shaft and rear axle. These joints might dry out after mile... Read More »

How to Replace '91 Geo Metro CV Joints?

CV joints on a 1991 Geo Metro transfer power from the engine to the wheels. CV joints have a core charge, which means auto parts stores requires an exchange of your CV joints so the manufacturer ca... Read More »

How to Replace Ball Joints in a Ram 4X4?

Ball joints are joints-as the name suggests-that help to provide flexibility and movement in a Ram 4x4 suspension. The Ram 4x4 uses an upper and lower ball joint combination to help provide this fl... Read More »