Your diagnosis sounds pretty good.
The cost will vary. There are different quality and different priced u-joints. If cost is your biggest factor, then call around and find out.
What you don't know is if it is one or two joints that are bad or if it is beyond that. A joints will squeak initially, then go sloppy. Maybe both are bad?
Thee are geaseable ones and non-greasable ones. Find that out in the quote.
Ince they are not original, they may have a lifetime replacement for the part. If youhad them done before.
Thursday, March 13th, 2008 AT 7:02 PM