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the procedure is to remove the axle from the vehicle and fit the proper boot
however as it is a costly procedure , there are replacement boots available from reputable auto spares shops that after the old boot has been cut off , will clip around the cv joint and seal together
there will be fitting instructions in the package and if you follow them to the letter , the replacement boot is as good as a genuine one
the costly way is to remove the axle and replace with genuine boots or you can go to a spare parts store and by clip on boots that fit around the axle and are clipped and glued together. They are effective and generally last for a long time if you take care in doing the job and following instructions to the letter.
Sounds like your altenator. Take the vehicle in or just take in the alternator and have it checked for proper voltages. The alternator should be delivering 14.5 volts when running over 1200 rpm. If not then the vehicle will use up the battery power until flat. A tell tale sign is the front head lights brighten and dim with the revving of the motor. To continue running off the battery itself will eventually kill the battery.