Question about 1992 Buick Riviera
That is what is called your CV joint. They are notorious for making "knuckling" sounds when turning a corner. They are not very expensive, however it does require that you take the suspension and brake hardware loose in order to get it out.
You have 2 "half axle(s)", each half axel has 2 CV joints. One half axle goes to each front wheel on front wheel drive cars. You could do it yourself, however if you are not competent it would be best to take it to a shop.
I would recommend getting both half axles replaced.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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