Question about Nissan Xterra
It doesn't seem like it should have been all that bad with a 2004.Please tell me a couple things though.Are you in an extreme weather environment?Fairly hot summer,fairly cold winter,cars rusty within 5 years?Did he call it a drive shaft?If it is front wheel drive,it is more likely a CV axle,however,I am not familiar with the setup of 4 wheel drive vehicles.There may be different interpretations between the 2 countries but to me,a drive shaft connects the transmission to the rear axle.The axle is what the rear tires of a front wheel drive are held together by.A CV axle is what goes from the transmission to each of the front two tires,each tire having one CV axle and joint.I would get a second opinion.Good luck mate!
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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