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U & CV Joints & Drive Shaft

Cv drive axle - import new
Part # 66-3745 | Line Code: AOC
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$134.99
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Not Fitted / Universal

Product Details
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Slip Yoke No
Outboard Spline Quantity 27
Inboard Spline Quantity 27
ABS Ring Tooth Quantity 46
Shaft Diameter 26
Shaft Material Steel
Boot Material Neoprene
Universal Joints Included No
CV Joints Included Yes
Axle Nut Included Yes
Grade Type Standard
Dynamic Damper Attached No
ABS Sensor Ring Included Yes
Boot Color Black
Outboard Joint Type Splined
Mount Type Spline
Inboard Joint Type Splined
Boot Rib Quantity 4
Compressed Length 2
ABS Ring Type Toothed
Prop 65 NO
SDS Required No
E-Waste No
Product Condition New
Is or contains a battery? No
Is or contains a bulb? No
Contains Electronic Components? No
Is the item CARB affected? No
Is item a chemical? No
FAA_A9 When replacing CV Drive Axle assemblies, always install new transaxle seals to avoid leaking.
FAA_A8 Never use an impact wrench to install the retaining nut on the CV Drive Axle. Always use a torque wrench and torque the nut to manufacture's specifications.
FAA_A7 Always use the proper press type tool to remove the old stub shaft. NEVER strike the outer joint stub shaft with a hammer. It will damage the unit and possibly do damage to the hub bearing assembly.
FAQ_Q3 When I step on the gas, I hear a loud thump and feel a bad vibration. What's wrong?
FAQ_Q11 The wheels wobble when I make a turn. What's the problem?
FAA_A10 Never allow the CV Drive Axles to hang unsupported. This can lead to axle separation and damage to the inner joint.
FAQ_Q9 When I replace the CV drive axles, should I reuse the old seals?
FAA_A4 The most likely problem is the outer CV drive axle boot has ruptured, causing the grease to leak out, allowing contamination (water and dirt) to enter and damage the joint.
FAA_A6 NO! A prevailing torque lock nut should never be reused. Always discard the old nut and install a new one.
FAQ_Q6 The old CV Drive Axle has a locking style (prevailing torque) nut. Should I reuse it?
FAQ_Q10 Can I let the CV Drive Axles hang while I am working on the car?
FAQ_Q2 When I cut the wheel hard and step on the gas, I hear loud clicking and snapping. What's making that noise?
FAQ_Q8 Is it OK to use an impact hammer to install the retaining nut?
FAQ_Q1 I installed a replacement CV drive axle and now my ABS light is on and won't go out. Why?
FAA_A11 The most likely cause is a broken bearing cage due to excessive torque load. This is typically an outboard joint problem.
FAQ_Q4 I hear a grinding noise from the front end while driving and see grease on the chassis and suspension. What is causing this?
FAA_A3 The most likely cause is the drive train shifting in the chassis due to a broken engine mount or hardware, causing misalignment of the CV drive axle and causing the inner joint to bind or hang up.
FAQ_Q5 I removed both CV drive axles at the same time and now I am having problems reinstalling them. What can I do?
FAA_A2 The most likely cause is a defective or worn outer CV drive axle joint. It may be time to get it replaced.
FAQ_Q7 The CV Drive Axle outboard joint stub shaft is stuck in the hub assembly. What's the best way to remove it?
FAA_A1 When the replacement drive axle was installed, the sensor ring, sensor, or sensor wiring on or near the axle was damaged, causing an erratic speed signal to the ABS module and setting the light on.
FAA_A5 The transaxle gear alignment has been lost. On some vehicles it will be necessary to disassemble the transaxle to properly align the output gears. ALWAYS remove and install one CV drive axle at a time.
Package Contents Complete Axle; Instruction Sheet
Part Terminology CV Axle Assembly

Features & Benefits
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CARDONE's extensive experience in testing and engineering CV Drive Axles is the foundation behind our proprietary method of engineering a product that meets and even exceed O.E. performance. We have researched the reasons why original CVs typically fail and designed new solutions to avoid repeat failure. For example, our Neoprene boots are designed with additional bellows, when needed, to resist bellow stress and ozone cracking - the leading cause of boot failure. Additionally, all CV Drive Axle shafts are individually verified for straightness, resulting in vibration-free performance at all speeds.

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