About Nissan CV Boot
Then engine is connected to the transmission or transaxle. For transaxle, it is attached to front wheel by axle shafts. These axle shafts use a U-joint to rotate continuously. For transmission, it is attached to the rear differentials by drive shafts. When the suspension goes up and down, the U-joint allows the axle shaft to work without binding. This constant velocity, or CV joint, in encased in a rubber boot known as a CV boot. The CV boot is designed to lubricate the CV joint and prevent corrosion inside and axle grease from leaking. Here are some symptoms indicating your CV boot may goes wrong: if you find axle grease leaking on the ground; if the wheels bind when you make turning; if you hear metallic clinking sound when you accelerate or brake, check your CV boot immediately and see if the replacement is necessary. Once you decide to change, you offer you all Nissan genuine OEM CV boots with a discounted price.