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Axle Repair

Axle Assembly Repair

Axle Assembly Repair

Why is inspecting your axle, CV joints, and driveshaft so important? Your vehicle’s driveshaft turns the axles, which turns your wheels. The driveshaft connects to the transmission through the CV joints, which are responsible for transferring the torque from the transmission to the drive wheels at a constant speed, while accommodating the bouncing of the suspension.

Axle Repair, CV Joint, Driveshaft Repair

The Car Salon Tire Craft Division thinks it’s important to have your axle, CV joints, and driveshaft inspected at least once a year. It would be best to have this every time your vehicle is up on a lift for a different automotive service. Whether you are at our facility in Calgary, Alberta for another service, or whether you are scheduled for an inspection or not, you can count on our mechanics to conduct a thorough investigation of all working components concerning your axle assembly repair. We want to make sure the most important parts concerning your vehicle’s safety are in perfect working order on a regular basis.

Why is inspecting your axle, CV joints, and driveshaft so important? Your vehicle’s driveshaft turns the axles, which turns your wheels. The driveshaft connects to the transmission through the CV joints, which are responsible for transferring the torque from the transmission to the drive wheels at a constant speed, while accommodating the bouncing of the suspension. CV joints today can most commonly be found in vehicles with front-wheel drive. The axle bears the weight of the vehicle while also being strong enough to bare the forces from braking and accelerating. A damaged drive shaft could cost you more then just the lifetime health of your vehicle if it breaks. Your vehicle’s driveshaft is a tubular, steel cylindrical piece that connects the main driveshaft to the wheels.

There are many determinants that point to which component is experiencing failure, but generally, there are a few things you can look out for to alert you to a problem with your axle, CV joints, or driveshaft. A damaged driveshaft is what will usually cause a vehicle to vibrate while moving. Noises indicating a problem with the driveshaft will typically get worse at greater speeds. Turning issues will also arise from a problem with the driveshaft. CV joints can go bad when the grease is lost from a faulty CV boot. Rattling noises and vibrations during low acceleration are sure signs you need Axle Assembly repair. When there is a problem with your vehicle’s axle, you might be able to feel the vibrations through the steering wheel. Problems with axles can also point to worn wheel bearings.

When it comes to an axle repair, CV joint repair and driveshaft repair services in Calgary, Alberta our facility contains the knowledgeable mechanics for the job along with high-quality in-stock replacement parts for any issue plaguing your vehicle’s axle, CV joints, or driveshaft. We have been providing axle, CV joint and driveshaft inspections in Calgary Alberta and for years. There are various determinants for how quickly your vehicle’s axle, CV joint, and driveshaft components will degrade over time. If you want to learn more about the intervals between repairs for various items on your vehicle’s axle, CV joints, and driveshaft, then simply contact one of our knowledgeable mechanics.

Areas Served:  Calgary, Airdrie, Cochrane and surrounding areas.

Do I need a Collision Repair Sticker?

If the damage to your car is greater than $2000.00. A collision sticker is required by law. Damage stickers inform the police that the collision has been reported and allows for auto-body shops to repair the damaged motor vehicle. Damages cannot be started until a collision repair sticker is obtained. The Sticker can be obtained from any local police station and is free of charge.

DESCRIPTION OF AXLE, CV JOINT, DRIVESHAFT REPAIR

Your vehicle’s axle, CV joint, and driveshaft components are integral to the performance and drivability of your vehicle. The driveshaft is a steel or aluminum cylindrical component that connects the transmission to the rear differential.

The driveshaft connects to the transmission through the CV joints, which are responsible for transferring the torque from the transmission to the drive wheels at a constant speed. Front wheel drive vehicles use CV joints on the front axles. CV joints allow the axle to bend and change while accommodating the bounce of the wheels. The axle bears the weight of the vehicle while also being strong enough to sustain the forces from braking and accelerating. Over time and through normal use, your vehicle’s axle, CV joint, and driveshaft components may require maintenance or replacement services.

BENEFITS OF AXLE, CV JOINT, DRIVESHAFT REPAIR

There are signs to look for when determining when to schedule an inspection of your vehicle’s front axle, rear axle, CV joints, and driveshaft components. Clunking or clicking noises are signs that a CV joint needs replacement.

Vibrations during acceleration may indicate a damaged driveshaft, though they may also point to an axle issue depending on the layout of your vehicle. Turning and steering issues may also arise out of a problem with the driveshaft. CV joints can go bad when the grease leaks out of a damaged CV boot. There are various determinants for how quickly your vehicle’s axle, CV joint, and driveshaft components will degrade over time. If you would like to learn more about the intervals between repairs for front wheel drive axles, main driveshafts, CV joints, U-joints, yokes, and other axle assembly components, then contact us today.

The Car Salon – Tirecraft proudly serves the Axle, CV Joint, Driveshaft Repair needs of customers in Calgary, Airdrie, Cochrane and surrounding areas.

We endeavor to be your trusted “One Location… One Solution” centre.

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Address: 1725 32 Ave. NE #122 Calgary, AB T2E 7C8