Question about Toyota Highlander
The tear in the cv boot has allowed sand, dirt, etc in, and this has resulted in damage to the joint, resulting in the clicking/knocking sounds u now hear. Your only alternative is to replace the cv joint. Unfortunately, u usually don't know the boot is damaged until the joint is damaged by contaminants. Sorry for the bad news!
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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