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Both cv's on the front click when they are bieng used. now I have got a violent shake coming from the left wheel. only sometimes though. I pull off to the side of the road, check things out, cant find a problem then I drive away with no vibrations. it has happend twice!! Do you think it is going to fall apart. what do you think the problem is?

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Yes it is possible for cv joints to brake.u should replace both axles.

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