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Old 12-11-2012, 10:32 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default CV Axle Issue

On my 04, Ive installed my passenger cv axle twice with in a month and need some advice on what could be causing my outer boot to bust each time I take it out for a test drive after I get it installed.

Well I purchased the car with the factory axle in working order and one day on my way to work the outer boot busted. So I replaced it with a new Cardone cv axle. Well within a week the outer boot busted so I got another one and it did the same thing again. So what could be causing this issue?
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are you sure you installed it correctly?

are you lowered?

possibly just a crappy brand of axle. have you tried OEM? (never heard of Cardone)
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are you sure you installed it correctly?

are you lowered?

possibly just a crappy brand of axle. have you tried OEM? (never heard of Cardone)
Im positive Im installing it correctly. The brand is a rockauto brand. The weird thing about it is that even the factory cv axle busted just like the Cardone. I was thinking since I need to replace my front struts maybe that could be causing my issue but I wanted to see what others have to say. And as for trying OEM... I would but at 544 per axle I think I will have to try other brands before I take the bite....lol

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Default Re: CV Axle Issue

I have currently ordered front struts, mounts and dust cover which will be here next week.
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Im positive Im installing it correctly. The brand is a rockauto brand. The weird thing about it is that even the factory cv axle busted just like the Cardone. I was thinking since I need to replace my front struts maybe that could be causing my issue but I wanted to see what others have to say. And as for trying OEM... I would but at 544 per axle I think I will have to try other brands before I take the bite....lol

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yikes, i didnt realize the stock ones were that much!

i replaced my driver side cv axle and have blown struts so i dont think that is the problem for you. it could be a contributor but i dont think its the sole cause.

sounds like you've done a little homework on the max! glad to see it.

lets see what @burntorrangeappeal has to say. he's one of our mechanical gurus.
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yikes, i didnt realize the stock ones were that much!

i replaced my driver side cv axle and have blown struts so i dont think that is the problem for you. it could be a contributor but i dont think its the sole cause.

sounds like you've done a little homework on the max! glad to see it.

lets see what @burntorrangeappeal has to say. he's one of our mechanical gurus.
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Default Re: CV Axle Issue

Hmmm, that's strange
I'm thinking you are not installing the axle properly as passenger side is tighter and more award and you might gave grazed the boot.Although Reman axles have softer boots then OEM I've done a lot of them and so it shouldn't be a problem.

Check your suspension for play,
When you replace again, use caution to slide the axle in and before you go for a drive
turn the wheels full lock left and right and observe what is happening with the axle/boot at full turn extension, that might provide you with clues as to what is happening if you installed correctly.
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Default Re: CV Axle Issue

I would say an incorrect install as well. I installed the passenger side a couple of months ago, and i havent had any issues so far. I purchased it from NAPA autoparts for $85 with an $110 dollar core charge. It was a remanufactured one dont remember the brand. I priced the driver side two days ago it is $69 with a $85 dollar core charge, and $110 for a new one I would have gotten the new passenger, but i was actually lowering my car (eibach spring install) when it happened and in a rush to make sure i got the part didnt ask if they sold the new ones (bomber). The reman works fine so far no complaints. I do suggest you post a picture of the bad one on the car and off and the new one off and on ( maybe we can pin point something).
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Thanks all for the advice......

Doing my un-install I remove the rotor and I hang the brake caliper and bracket on the coil spring. I remove the tie rod end link bolt and the lower ball joint bolt. then i remove the three bolts from the axle and then I push down on the control arm to separate it from the knuckle. And then I work the axle out.

On my install I try my best to keep the axle straight not trying to stretch the boots. And I make sure I dont hit anything on the boots to keep from puncturing them. And then I put all the rest of the parts back together....

If Im missing something please let me know.

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Thanks all for the advice......

Doing my un-install I remove the rotor and I hang the brake caliper and bracket on the coil spring. I remove the tie rod end link bolt and the lower ball joint bolt. then i remove the three bolts from the axle and then I push down on the control arm to separate it from the knuckle. And then I work the axle out.

On my install I try my best to keep the axle straight not trying to stretch the boots. And I make sure I dont hit anything on the boots to keep from puncturing them. And then I put all the rest of the parts back together....

If Im missing something please let me know.

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Your install technique is proper from your description...
One thing I like to do is wrap a shop rag or old t shirt over the boot during install.

Now on to your problem. Look at the photo you posted and look at the axle difference
You are blowing boots because your axle shafts are different.
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So I should try a axle shalf from napa??and see how it goes...
I will use a old shirt for my next install.
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Good point @BurntOrangeAppeal i didnt notice that right off nut the new axle is a little larger. As far as your install technique @Doola36 it sounds good to me.
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Your install technique is proper from your description...
One thing I like to do is wrap a shop rag or old t shirt over the boot during install.

Now on to your problem. Look at the photo you posted and look at the axle difference
You are blowing boots because your axle shafts are different.
That's definitely your issue. Verify your getting the right half shaft. Are you 4 speed auto or 5?

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That's definitely your issue. Verify your getting the right half shaft. Are you 4 speed auto or 5?

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And they verified this prior to completing your order? Can you verify on the site what part numbers for each are and verify they are different. I have gotten both sides from Autozone and had no issues so ...

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And they verified this prior to completing your order? Can you verify on the site what part numbers for each are and verify they are different. I have gotten both sides from Autozone and had no issues so ...

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I would suggest checking that against the part number for the other version. Make sure they aren't selling one vs offering different parts for each. Also have you shown them the pictures?

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I would suggest checking that against the part number for the other version. Make sure they aren't selling one vs offering different parts for each. Also have you shown them the pictures?

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I havent. I was just going to wipe that one as a loss and just buy another one from a local part store.
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I would show them the difference in parts and see if they may have made a mistake in the part listing. Maybe they can ship you a new part and you send them the other back?

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I would show them the difference in parts and see if they may have made a mistake in the part listing. Maybe they can ship you a new part and you send them the other back?

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ok cool. I will do. Thanks for the advice bro!!! I was just going to start all back over....lol
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Good work on finding the problem .
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You may still have too but its worth a shot. There is an obvious difference in the two axles shown. That should be enough to verify the parts being sold on their end. Hope you get it worked out without spending too much more of your money and time.

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