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Another problem. On this same toyota camry I am having trouble with the outside CV boot on the passenger side getting torn up. I replaced both drive shafts this past late winter which were rebuilds and am still having the same problem. Any ideas as to what is causing them to tear up?

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  • butchie74 Jul 01, 2008


    I was told that the motor mounts are probably the problem. I checked them and sure enough they are worn. I think they allow the engine to flex more than normal and that puts more stress on the boots. Thanks for the reply though.



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May just be of poor quality or there is something making contact while turning.
Jack axle up not frame support with jack stands, spin wheel and turn steering wheel while inspecting for rubbing.

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