Question about 2000 Mazda Millenia
To add to that. The bad CV boot is easily identified. If you turn to the left and hear the clicking that means the ride CV boot/axle is the one in question. So if you plan on doing this yourself, make sure it is the correct CV axle. Sometimes it is a good idea to change both axles if it has been awhile since they were changed as the other one will go out soon.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
Most likely the cv boot is bad will need to be replaced recomend change the whole cv axle
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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You can see them, one per side, using a tool simular to a long screw driver and gently
prying upward is one way to see if there is play in the u-joint.
When they get worn they may click, snap or clunk, but usually click in 2WD.
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