CV joint troubles

Worn Cv Joints

A Peugeot 106 had been in recently with a clicking sound from the nearside cv joint when turning, to repair it a replacement driveshaft was necessary.  At the time the customer couldn’t leave the vehicle for repair,  however a day or two later the vehicle returned on tow, as the joint had broken up enough to affect the steering and with a heavy knocking even when driven in a straight straight line on a light throttle.

as can be seen from the image above one of the rollers and bearings had broken up, he’d have saved himself  a towing in bill if he’d had the repair done when it was first in.



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