These are some of the frequently asked questions about driveshaft, axle and drivetrain noise.
Driveshaft problems can be spotted from the moment you put the vehicle in gear to pull it into a bay.
Whether new or remanufactured, complete CV axle assemblies can throw you a curveball from time to time.
Learning how to perform drivetrain diagnostics and “in-the-car” repairs is important.
There are three types of modern driveshafts with multiple configurations.
Here are some important things to remember when replacing the transmission valve body.
If a CV joint fails, it rarely fails on its own. Outside factors can damage a joint worse than cutting a boot with a knife.
Use a scan tool that can look at special direct fuel injection parameters and perform bidirectional tests.
Unfortunately, big tires go hand-in-hand with something less enjoyable: Transmission failure.
It’s understandable to have a lot of questions and fears about reprogramming.