CV joint service

May 1993
Automotive Marketing;May93, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p67
Trade Publication
Details the process done during a CV joint service. CV joint development by Alfred Rzeppa in 1928; Commonly used CV joints in FWD vehicles and structure designs of each; Reasons of failure; Procedure in a CV joints inspection; Check for looseness where the shaft attaches to the transaxle and/or wheel spindle hub; Check for signs of steering and suspension problems; Isolation of the defective joint; Procedures to install and reassemble the parts; Road test as a final procedure.


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