Are you experiencing poor cornering, vibrating or a clicking sound coming from your wheels as you turn?
You may have a problem with your CV Joints and you should get it checked out ASAP. The CV (Constant Velocity) Joint connects your transmission to your wheels and ensures a smooth and constant rotation of the wheels while you are turning corners. If there are issues such as a cracked or torn boot or not enough high pressure grease, then the CV joint can fail.
Repairing a torn boot and refilling the grease is a relatively cheap and easy procedure to undertake but if you leave it unchecked you could end up with a failed joint which needs to be replaced. Contact us at the first sign of trouble including;
Our friendly team are ready to take your call, answer any questions, explain what's been done to your vehicle when you pick it up and make sure your visit is a pleasant experience.
For a high quality CV Joint & Boot Service at a competitive price, contact uBlackwood Dyno Tune & Service today. We are located at 2 Stirling Rd and service many customers in Blackwood, Belair, Eden Hills and the surrounding areas. Our Services (as required) include;
Having your rego allows us to accurately quote for you.
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