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RIGHT CV JOINT LEAKING PLEASE ADVISE - 2004 Honda CR-V

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You can replace just the boot,its not hard to do,buy the repair kit @ your local parts store,they have kits were you dont even have to take off the tire,the boot splits with clamps to hold them on-
hope that helps

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