Sounds like the CV joints to me. You shouldn't have to replace the drive axles though. Just the joints. If you get a repair manual, you could probably do the job yourself. The new joints should come with new grease. The tricky part is figuiring out the clamp that goes around the new boot.
November, 8, 2006 AT 9:18 AM
Yep, it's to cv joint. Cv axles are not that much, and alot easier to install. Your best bet is to replace the axle. Thats what I did on my vehicle. You can probably pick up an axle for under a hundred bucks. Save the old part. You'll need to turn it back in for a core credit.
November, 8, 2006 AT 10:26 AM
CV axle is right and replacing the axle is the only way to go. They usually come with a lifetime warranty so keep the reciept.