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Axle why after 5 yrs would I need to replace the axles on my minivan? It has never been in an accident.

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Turning the wheel sharp giving gaz wear out the bearing inside the axel damaged rubber boot grease escape bearing run dry they wear out and start making noise when you make sharp left or right turn its a bummer but it hapen good luck .pierre

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Its for own safety---but u don't have to do that if your axles function well

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