A CV joint, also known as a constant velocity joint, connects the wheels of your car to the gears. It can sometimes fail due to a loss of lubrication or even wear and tear. Loss of lubrication is much more common and is usually a result of the boot leaking grease. The result is usually that the whole axle shaft will need to be replaced. This is often the most cost-effective method of dealing with CV joint issues. Bring your car down to Sample Shop to have an experienced technician help you make the decision that’s best for you and your vehicle.