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1998 Honda Civic CV JOINTS
1998 HONDA CIVIC
1998 Honda Civic
What is a cv joint made of?
where is it located in the car?
how is it driven or what does it drive?
how is it cooled/lubricated?(If it is)
how does it work?
have the same problem?
Thursday, May 22nd, 2008 AT 11:01 AM
The constant velocity joints are made of very hard material and are located behind the drive wheels on the driveshafts.
Their job is to transfer power from the transmission to the road wheels.
Lubrication is via special grease contained by rubber boots.
It is a flexible joint so that you can turn the steering and contains bearings, holders and a housing.
Sunday, May 25th, 2008 AT 5:45 AM
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