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Ridgerunnerras, Auto Mechanic
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Experience:  I have been fixing cars for 26 years for myself and at a used Car dealer. I am skill mechnical and autobody and paint repair
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after replacing passenger side cv boot axle saver nocking on driver si

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after replacing passenger side cv boot axle
saver nocking on driver side

Hello I would like to help you with this.

When you're replaced the boot was the CV joints still full of grease?

How long had the boot been broken and was grease sprayed up inside the wheel well?

It is possible that you may have a bad CV joint due to losing Grease, or something maybe rubbing on a part of the suspension in the area that you're working on.

Please check and let me know

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I didn't notice any grease inside the wheelwell. After replacing cv boot joint axel on passenger side, now there is a knocking noise on the driver side. So I replaced the cvboot joint axel on the driver side. Also the wheel bearing, tie rod, struts, motor mounts and still have a noise while driving. Seems like wheel is bouncing.