Question about 1995 Audi A6
I reccommend that you replace that small spring after all that spring is the only thing that holds the shaft in the cv. (usually when you replace a cv boot the new kit comes with a new spring ) this means that you will have to replace it every time you dismantle it.
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Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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