2004 Honda Civic Problem with CV joint

Tiny
JOE_KICKASS
  • 2004 HONDA CIVIC

2004 Honda Civic

1. What material is it made out of?

2. Where is it located on the car?

3. How is it driven or what does it drive?

4. What purpose does it server?

5. How is it cooled/lubricated?

6. How does it work?

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Friday, May 30th, 2008 AT 11:05 AM

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Tiny
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Hi Joe_kickass,

1. Made of very hard steel.

2. Located at the end of driveshafts behind the drive wheels.

3. And 4 Used for transferring of power from the trans to turn the road wheels to get the car moving.

5. Lubricated by special grease encased in a rubber boot.

6. It is a flexible joint dirve shaft which allows the steering to be turned.

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