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Is the cv joint part of the axle assemble on a 2003 volvo s80

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Yes, its cheaper to buty a whole axle than a cv joint. you can get them new or rebuilt.

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It is the ends of the axles outer and inner

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Hi,
On the the rear of the car they are part of the axle, on the front of the car the CV joints are connected to the steering rack/rods.
They are located directly behind each wheel like this >>>>>>

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