CV Joints and CV Axles

Service Description
CV stands for Constant Velocity. The CV Joints and CV Axles are found inside a rubber casing called a CV Boot. These parts are found on all Front Wheel Drive (FWD) cars and some Rear Wheel Drive (RWD) cars. Torn CV boots and worn CV joints or axles can cause damage to transmissions and other components. Big O Tires can check your CV axles on a regular basis or anytime you hear clicking noises when making a turn.

Included in your service:

  • Inspection of CV Joint or Axle

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