AXLE, CV JOINT & DRIVESHAFT REPAIR SERVICES
Your vehicle’s axle, CV joint, and driveshaft components are integral to the performance and drivability of your vehicle. The driveshaft is a steel or aluminum cylindrical component that connects the transmission to the rear differential. The driveshaft connects to the transmission through the CV joints, which are responsible for transferring the torque from the transmission to the drive wheels at a constant speed. Front wheel drive vehicles use CV joints on the front axles. CV joints allow the axle to bend and change while accommodating the bounce of the wheels. The axle bears the weight of the vehicle while also being strong enough to sustain the forces from braking and accelerating. Over time and through normal use, your vehicle’s axle, CV joint, and driveshaft components may require maintenance or replacement services.
PERFORMANCE AUTOMOTIVE CENTER PROVIDES AXLE, CV JOINT & DRIVESHAFT REPAIR SERVICES TO EAGLE, CO, GYPSUM, CO, EDWARDS, CO, AND OTHER SURROUNDING AREAS.
Performance Automotive Center proudly serves the Axle, CV Joint & Driveshaft Repair needs of customers in Eagle, CO, Gypsum, CO, Edwards, CO, and surrounding areas.
CV Axle Inspection
The CV axle is a stabilizing drive axle located between the drive wheels. Its role is to bear vehicle weight while working.
CV Axle Replacement
CV axles were once primarily used on front-wheel drive vehicles. Today, CV axles are common on both front-wheel and rear-wheel.
CV Boot Replacement
CV joints connect the transmission to the wheels and are an important part of your vehicle’s drive axles. Each drive axle has two CV joints.
CV Joint Replacement
Your vehicle’s CV joints connect to the drive axles, which connect the transmission to the wheels.
The driveshaft, which is located between your vehicle’s differentials, is responsible for transferring torque and rotation
Universal joints, often referred to as u-joints, are flexible couplings that serve an important role on your vehicle.
Driveshaft yokes are located on the ends of the driveshaft. One yoke connects the driveshaft to the rear of the vehicle