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Hello. My name is ***** ***** I will be assisting you today. What the clicking noise is, is the CV axles. These axles start to click like this when they malfunction. The trac and vac lights being on, are like a result of the wheel sensor being damage or unable to read the ABS ring on the CV axle.
If the axle completely malfunctions, then you will be stuck because the vehicle will be unable to move.
I would not be on the highway, though. You should have this repaired ASAP.
I would have it towed. I would not trust it.
The issue isn't dangerous, it will just leave you stranded. If
If you take it slow, you should be okay.
It is on both sides, correct?
One moment, please, for labor information.
With both side being done, you are looking at around 4.4 hours of work plus parts and taxes. The labor price depends on the amount the shop charges per hour.
If the shop charges $100 per hour, then you are looking at $440 plus parts, which are like $50 each.
The most the you should be looking at is $600. Although, you may find a corner shop to do the job for less. You may need the sensors or the lights may have been a result of the ABS ring located on the axle. When the mechanic removes the wheel he will know. If the brakes are good, you wouldn't need to replace.
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