Question about 2000 Audi A6
My 2.8L is making a low humming noise when I turn the wheels. Another person posted the same problem and was told to check the cv joint. Any guides on how to do this? I'm a n00b thanx.
Usually when a CV joint goes bad, it's because the rubber boot has become torn or otherwise open to the elements, and dirt/grit/etc has gotten in there and ruined the joint. If the boots are intact, chances are that the CV joint is OK.
It may be a wheel bearing too - this could be an early sign of it. Audi is known for wheel bearing failures.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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