Question about 2005 Toyota Corolla
Ok, I have answered this twice for you. What answer would you like to see? The information is the same as you previously posted. You have a problem that is warranty covered or should be that needs to be repaired. Steering the vehicle when it is stationary will not damage the CV joints. How could he have damaged it, hmmm, Pot hole, hitting curb, bottoming vehicle, driving the vehicle like he's on a race track beyond what it was designed for to name a few causes. If you want to hear he has a lemon no one can tell you that because the problem you described by itself doesn't indicate that.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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