How to Replace a Tie-Rod Boot?

Answer The tie-rod ends, or CV joints, on your vehicle are responsible for transferring the mechanical power from your drivetrain to the wheels themselves, causing the wheels to spin and your vehicle to m... Read More »

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Do I Have to Replace the Whole CV Joint or Can I Just Replace the Boot?

Automotive half-shafts are multi-component items; the CV joint is just one part of an entire assembly designed to transfer power from your car's transaxle to its wheels. Technically speaking, you c... Read More »

How to Replace a CV Boot?

If the constant-velocity boot tears, water, dirt and sand can get to the CV joint, effectively causing a bigger and more expensive repair. The boot protects the joint from damage and prevents debri... Read More »

How to Replace a 300ZX CV Boot?

The CV boot on your Nissan 300ZX is a rubber boot that protects the constant-velocity joints on your drive shaft. The CV joints transmit rotary power from the drive shaft to the wheels. When the CV... Read More »

How to Replace a Honda CV Boot?

Some Hondas are equipped with a front-wheel drive transverse-mounted engine. This type of configuration transfers torque and rotation to a front-wheel drive transmission. The front-wheel drive tran... Read More »