Question about 2000 Buick Park Avenue
The constant velocity joint is shot. This vehicle is front wheel drive, and there is a rod with assorted gears that transfer power from the auto transmission (transaxle) to the front wheels. Eventually, this part will fail completely, and the car will be unable to move. Have the CV joint replaced for that side only. No need to fix them symetrically, because they fail just when the boot breaks and the oil inside spills out. Do not accept reburbished parts, just buy new ones. Rebuilt CVJ's usually last less than 10k miles
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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