Axles – everyone has them, depending on the car you can have up to four.
Drive shafts, CV joints, CV Boots, CV axles – all work in tandem with your transmission to make your vehicle move. How do you know if you have a CV Joint problem?
Listen…if you hear:
These are all signs of CV Joint problems, which are connected to the drive shaft. Get the CV axle checked out to confirm if that’s the source of the problem.
Don’t let your noise become a major problem,
Transmission King will do a road test to help determine what is causing the noise.
Transmission King experienced technicians also work on transfer cases, differentials and universal joints.
The transfer case is powered by the transmission and sends it to the front and rear axles. There are 2 types: gear driven or chain driven.
The differential is the part of your drivetrain and allows your left and right wheels to turn at different speeds.
The differential is attached to each wheel by an axle shaft and is located between two wheels.
Universal joints are on the front and back of the drive shaft and they are used to attach the drive shaft to the rear of the transmission and the front of the rear differential to the rear of the drive shaft.