Mopar Expands Remanufactured CV Axle Half Shaft Product Line

Mopar Expands Remanufactured CV Axle Half Shaft Product Line

Mopar recently announced the expansion of its remanufactured CV Axle Half Shaft product line in its portfolio of remanufactured parts, the newest addition in a long line of authentic remanufactured products offered by Chrysler Group LLC's service, parts and customer-care brand.

Mopar recently announced the expansion of its remanufactured CV Axle Half Shaft product line in its portfolio of remanufactured parts, the newest addition in a long line of authentic remanufactured products offered by Chrysler Group LLC’s service, parts and customer-care brand.

Mopar Reman CV Axle Half Shafts are remanufactured to O.E. specifications and are required to pass more than 40 exacting tests to ensure quality and adherence to O.E. engineering standards. Mopar Reman CV Axle Half Shafts also offer a cost-effective alternative for Chrysler Group vehicle owners, and come with a 12-month /12,000-mile warranty, said the company.

The Mopar brand currently offers more than 4,000 remanufactured parts available for purchase. As with all Mopar Remanufactured products, Reman CV Axle Half Shafts are inspected and tested and either upgraded or replaced to ensure the parts meet the strictest O.E. engineering standards.

“For customers seeking competitively-priced parts endowed with the strength and quality of an O.E. product, offerings such as our new Mopar Reman CV Axle Half Shafts are a great option,” said Kathy Wideman, senior manager, Mopar Repair / Reman Portfolio. “We will continue to grow our portfolio of Mopar Remanufactured products going forward.”

Interested parties should contact their local Chrysler Group LLC dealer and ask about the full lineup of Mopar Remanufactured Parts as well as more information regarding Mopar Remanufactured CV Axle Half Shafts.

For additional information about Mopar, visit www.mopar.com.

You May Also Like

Ride Height Sensors

If one of these sensors is replaced, it must be calibrated after it is installed.

Ride-height sensors not only measure the position of the suspension, but also the rate of movement. They are supplied with a voltage of around 5 volts. The signal voltage is changed as a magnet moves past a coil. Most sensors have three wires — ground, power and signal.

Internally, it is difficult to damage one of these sensors. Externally, the linkage that connects the sensor to the suspension arm can also be damaged. The connector can be damaged and cause a short or open and a code will be set. If one of these sensors is replaced, it must be calibrated after it is installed.

Ball Joint Wear

As the wear increases, play increases inside the joint. 

Curing Shock, Strut and Suspension Noise

As vehicles age, eliminating noise is Job 1. But ‘noise’ may mean different things to you and your customers.

Pricing Alignments

Why ordering off the menu can hurt your shop and customers.

Toe Angles and Ride Height 

Zero toe angle is present when both tires are parallel to the center thrustline.

Other Posts

Wheel Bearing Analysis

What creates endplay? What creates noise?

We Want Your Thoughts On Electronic Power Steering

Your opinion matters us and can be profitable for you too! Share your ideas with us.

MEYLE Expands Electronics, Sensor Product Portfolio

The focus is on assistance systems and engine and transmission management, with more than 300 new part numbers.

FCS Introduces 42 New Numbers in May

Complete strut assemblies, shock absorbers, shock absorber assembly kits and suspension struts for popular VIO applications are included.