Constant Velocity Joint Problems in popular cars

Constant Velocity Joint problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Constant Velocity Joint problems reported in most popular vehicles.

car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Chevrolet Suburban

The car is a 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500. 2003 Suburban 1500 4wd , rattle and clunk in steering column, nothing loose in the steering just clunking noise while driving. Vehicle has 26000 miles on it, but was over 3 years old. Curt warner Chevrolet said it was a common problem. . . No warranty or recall. In fact he pulled a u-joint and shaft from his desk to show me what the noise was comming from in the column. It was Sun., Jan. 1, 2006 when this constant velocity joint issue occurred.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Chevrolet Suburban

The car involved is a 1996 Chevrolet Suburban. These tire act as if they are out of balance, a speeds of 65-70mph they will shake to vehicle so bad,it dislogdes my cell phone battery. I have had these tire back to firestone to be rebalanced several times. They say the tire are balanced correctly. This problem occurs after the vehicle has been drivin for a half hour or so. When they are cold their fine. Firestone has blamed my driveshaft and cv joints. I have moved the tire around the vehicle and the vibration follows the tires. Could these tire be going out of round after they warm up? I was just living with this problem, but now I see that these tire are under investigation by the NHTSA. (dot number: none tiresize: lt24575r16).

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Chrysler Town & Country

Contact owns a 2005 Chrysler Town & Country minivan. The cv joint is failing. While driving 5mph, there was a cracking/popping sound. The cv joint failed and had to be replaced at 42000 miles. The failure has reoccurred. The contact is aware of the safety risk involved specifically since there was no warning indicator light present. The failure mileage was 25000 and the current mileage was 42000. This constant velocity joint issue occurred May 19, 2007.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Chrysler Sebring

The vehicle involved was a 1999 Chrysler Sebring. The VIN of this vehicle was C3CEL55H6X_. I drove this car for 1000 miles at speeds of 55 & 60 mph with no problems, the first trip with speed at 65mph, the cv boot flew off in heavy traffic on interstate on a Friday in rush hour, luck for all no one injured. My concern is it will fly off again and hurt someone. Chrysler will not even look into the problem because we didnt stop in traffic and pick it up!!!. This problem occurred on Friday, February 18, 2000.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Dodge Stratus

The vehicle was a 1997 Dodge Stratus. The VIN of this vehicle is 1B3EJ46X0V_. Ie99034, boot does not fit on the joints. If on the floor mat, it will cause joints to stick, and there will be no steering control. Please provide further information. This constant velocity joint issue occurred February 1, 1999.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Dodge Durango

- the contact owns a 2003 Dodge Durango with an odometer reading of 58132 miles. The contact stated that the upper and lower ball joints had been replaced twice. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer, and they told the contact that this vehicle was not covered by recall 04v596000 . The contact stated that the vehicle should be included under the recall because it was having the same failure. The consumer stated the cv joint failed again. Updated 03/30/07. The failure date was 02/27/07.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Ford F-250

The vehicle having this issue was a 1999 Ford F-250. When I put my truck into gear and initially start out there was knocking and clunking coming from under the right (passenger side) floor boards. Clunking seemed similar to bad u-joints when torque is put on them. Clunking could be felt on floor. I had in to dealer numerous times before they were able to feel and hear clunking. The knocking and clunking is more prevelant in warm weather. Now I am told by dealer ( place motor, 19 thompson road-route 193,webster, MA,01570, ph. #5089438010) that this is "under investigation" by Ford motor CO. I asked what my options were because I don't like driving a new vehicle around with the clunking and nothing being done. At this point there was nothing they could do and that these problems happen and it takes time to find them. I wasn't happy with the wait until it falls off attitude I got, not necessarily from the dealer but from Ford. This is the second new vehicle we have purchased from Ford that has had the "under investigation" label put on it. I had a 1997 Ford expedition that, on cold start ups, had a two to three minute engine rapping noise that was also "under investigation". It sounded as if no oil was getting in the engine for the longest time. This problem turned us off from buying out our vehicle from its lease program. 2 for 2 does not make me very keen on Ford quality or its customer satisfaction, especially on $30,000. To $40,000. Vehicles . This constant velocity joint issue occurred Tuesday, June 1, 1999.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Ford Windstar

The vehicle is a 1996 Ford Windstar. The VIN of this vehicle is 2FMDA5143T_. Axle boot on driver's side ripped. It was Aug. 1, 1996 when this constant velocity joint issue happened.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of GMC Yukon

The car involved is a 1996 GMC Yukon. The VIN of the problem Yukon is 1GKEC13R12_. When slowing down or taking off, the driveshaft u joint is slipping in the transmission, resulting in a loud noise coming from the underbody of the vehicle. Consumer has contacted the dealer, dealer has replaced parts. Please provide any further details.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of GMC Suburban

The car involved was a 1998 GMC Suburban. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this GMC Suburban is 3GKFK16R8W_. Inner cv boots failed. This constant velocity joint problem happened on Sunday, November 1, 1998.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Acura TL

The car was a 2002 Acura 3. 2tl. VIN of the vehicle was 19UUA56822_. Acura lacks in customer support for warranty claims. Acura chooses not to repair faulty front wheel bearings under warranty because owner has replaced stock wheel with custom after market wheels even though wheels meet oem specifications. No physical or technical data supports Acura's reason for claim denial. This constant velocity joint problem happened on 07/22/03.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Honda Civic

The vehicle having this issue was a 2007 Honda Civic. Popping noise while turning at 5,268 miles. Replaced two tires at 19,785 miles. Need a front end axle replacement at 31,839. Diagnosed and adjusted torqued rear suspension noise at 60,136. Replaced rear upper control arms 61,275. Replaced shocks, and cv boots at 61,275. Struts were making noise due to cupping. Struts were replaced at 61,275. Two new tires that were recently replaced were replaced again. Both tires were feathered and making noise. Vehicle is maintained in good condition and is following the manufacturer's maintenance recommendation. Car was aligned as required by manufacturer. However, cupping or feathering of the tires still happened. When the rear control arm was not replaced yet, the rear noise was so loud and driving was bad. The tires felt flat and the shock absorber did not seem to be working. It is very hard to deal with both Honda America and kolbe dealer. Both companies tried to play ignorant of the issues although they knew it all along. I spent $1,419. 11 for premature expenses. American Honda blamed the premature damages to me. American Honda nor kolbe Honda did not notify me of the technical bulletins that were issued. Also, just because there is a technical bulletin or corrective action does not mean that the problem will go away. Design of the rear upper control arm must be reviewed again and tested for geometry with other parts of the vehicle. Honda America should tightened its quality control and quality assurance so that its manufacturing facility will not release cars that have defective parts. Honda knew very well that the rear upper control arms have design flawed starting with 2002 Honda Civic. Why are they still using this design? is it because they manufactured so much of the wrong parts?. This constant velocity joint problem happened on Tuesday, September 8, 2009.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Honda Odyssey

The reporting person owns a 2011 Honda Odyssey. While driving approximately 5 mph the contact heard a ticking sound when turning the steering wheel. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic for diagnostic testing. The mechanic stated the cv joints had to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 5,000. It was April 10, 2011 when this constant velocity joint issue occurred.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Hyundai Sonata

The car involved is a 1997 Hyundai Sonata. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is KMHCF34T6V_. Automatic transmission; when appling gear in reverse there is a hard banging noise coming from transmission. Transmission has been replaced three times. Dealership was aware of problem. Check engine light illuminated, dealer replaced faulty O2 sensor. Faulty battery causing vehicle to crank slow. Driver door window moves slow, dealer lubricated glass channel. Outer cv boot replaced, it was cracked. Solenoid valve faulty causing poor gas mileage. This constant velocity joint problem happened on Saturday, January 1, 2000.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Hyundai Elantra

The reporting person's vehicle is a 2008 Hyundai Elantra. While driving 1 mph during snowy conditions, the abs light illuminated. The vehicle was towed to an impound lot. The vehicle was later towed to an authorized dealership where the contact was informed that the cv joint needed to be replaced. The problem reoccurred and the vehicle was towed back to the dealership where it was at the time of the complaint. The current and failure mileages were approximately 16,500. It was 02/01/10 when this constant velocity joint issue occurred.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Jeep Liberty

My 2004 Jeep Liberty tire broke off. The mechanic's all said it was a right lower ball joint and cv joint on the passenger side. There was no suspension damage or tire nor wheel damage it has approx. 37,000 miles on it, leaving me with the shop bill of over $600. 00. The failure date was June 21, 2006.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Jeep Liberty

The car was a 2002 Jeep Liberty. Crash was involved with this problem. Upon making a slight lane correction at approx. 60 mph, my daughter's 2002 Jeep libety began swerving uncontrollably. She felt no resistance to the steering wheel as she tried to stop the swerving. At no time did she apply the brakes. Witnesses said it appeared she had a flat tire. Eventually, the vehicle entered the grass median and rolled 2. 5 or 3. 5 times coming to rest on the roof facing on-coming traffic. The complete rear end(tires and differential) separated and ended up approx. 75 feet from the vehicle. The right front axle or cv joint was broken. Neither her passenger or her air bags deployed. The driver's seat belt was broken at the end of the motion of the rolling. Both occupants were bruised and cut. We believe the axle failed and caused this potentially fatal accident. This vehicle had approx. 3000 miles on it. At 1800 miles the engine had thrown a rod and the engine was replaced completely. The Jeep Liberty is structurally unsound and of poor design particularly in the area of the rear suspension. Daimler-chysler has lowered the suspension in obvious response to roll over incidents. . . This constant velocity joint problem happened on 10/16/2002.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Land Rover Range Rover

The vehicle is a 2004 Land Rover new Range Rover. I was driving down a main road on us 69 in tyler, texas Friday evening. The vehicle has 51000 miles on it. I was traveling at 40mph when the car slipped out of gear and said to shift to neutral. Car died on the spot, and had to have it towed. Apparently it was due to front differential breaking. I read on webs ites that 2004 and older Range Rovers have this problem. My vehicle was in the process of having front differential,cv axle, and transmission replaced due to this problem. This issue happened on Apr. 6, 2007.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Lexus IS300

The car involved is a 2001 Lexus is 300. : the contact stated while driving the vehicle jerked and pulled to the right. The pulling progressively got worse over the course of a week. The vehicle was taken to an independent repair shop. The mechanic determined the cotter pin came out of the cv ball. It was Sat., Jan. 7, 2006 when this constant velocity joint issue occurred.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Mazda Tribute

The car involved is a 2001 Mazda Tribute. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 4F21U09111_. Vehicle makes a ticking sound while making hard or sharp left turns in the passenger front wheel area, dealer replaced the right outer cv joint. This problem occurred on Apr. 16, 2001.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Mazda Tribute

The car was a 2001 Mazda Tribute. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 4F21U09111_. Vehicle makes a ticking sound while making hard or sharp left turns in the passenger front wheel area, dealer replaced the right outer cv joint. It was 04/16/01 when this constant velocity joint issue occurred.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Mercury Villager

Vehicle identification number (VIN): 4M2ZV1112W_. I have owned a 1996 and 1998 Mercury Villager. Both vehicles had a failure of the driver's side cv boot with the eventual failure of the trans axle cv joint. Each time the transaxle had to be replaced. This constant velocity joint problem happened on August 1, 2004.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Mercury Sable

The VIN of the problem Sable is 1MEFM55S6Y_. - the contact called regarding a 2000 Mercury Sable. In April 2006, the contact received a recall letter for a boot to be put on the coil springs. The Ford dealer refused to put the boot on because the contact had put aftermarket struts on the vehicle. In October 2006, the contact started hearing a thumping noise, and the vehicle would vibrated. The contact had repairs done at a Ford dealer, replaced the back springs, tie rod and ball joints. On 11/24/2006, the contact was traveling at 40 mph, when she heard a loud noise and pulled over because she thought she had a flat tire. The contact smelled something burning. The vehicle was towed to a Ford dealer, and the contact was told the driver front spring broke. The dealer was willing to pay for the spring, but not for the tire and the tie rod. The sway bar link, struts, ball joints and cv boot were replaced. Updated 02/27/07. This constant velocity joint issue occurred 01/29/07.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Mitsubishi Outlander

The vehicle was a 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander. Information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6) my name is [xxx] . Contact number is [xxx] . I own a 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander. A little over 2 years ago the car started to vibrate violently between 30 and 50 miles per hour. I looked under the car and saw that the boots on the cv joints were cracked and had leaked out the grease inside the boots. I assumed this was the problem. I bought new axles and replaced them. During the installation while removing the axle bracket on the passenger side I found that one of the 2 bolts holding the bracket inplace had sheared off from the vibration. If the second bolt had broken as well the axle would have broken away from the engine block and surely caused complete lose of control of the car and a potential life threatening accident. I replaced the axles and the bracket bolts and thought that was the end of it. I test drove the car after the repairs and to my dismay the violent vibration was still there. I took the car to a professional shop for further diagnosis at which time the technician confirmed the vibration and was stumped by it's origin. He ran a search on alldata and come to find out you've know about a problem know as torque converter vibration in these Mitsubishi's since 10/2003 and that it goes back to models as early as 1997 per your no. TSB-03-23-006. So why haven't you done anything about it? you continue to allow Mitsubishi to put defective and dangerous cars on the road that could endanger the safety and well being of the driver and the public in general if the axle broke loose and the drive lost control of the vehicle. What do you have to say for yourselves? why does someone have to die before you'll do anything about these dangerous defects. I'd like an explanation. I can be reached at the number above or by email at [xxx] . This problem occurred on Jan. 28, 2008.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Mitsubishi Eclipse

The vehicle involved is a 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse. Cv joint fell out of place, and whole axel fell while consumer was driving about 45mph on some back roads. There was some damage to front right corner of vehicle. Contacted dealer, and dealer will replace the part. `. This constant velocity joint problem happened on Nov. 29, 2000.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Nissan Titan

The car was a 2005 Nissan Titan. Early December 06 - I noticed fluid under front differential. Investigated and found that stub shaft (which bolts to front cv) had pulled out of the front differential on the driver's side. Pushed it back in but oil seal had been damaged so it was still leaking. Took it into the dealership but they wouldn't cover under warranty due to aftermarket lift (even though they sell a version of my truck with this lift installed by the factory). Paid $380 to get a new seal installed. Late December 06 - 2 weeks after repair I found fluid under the truck again. Pushed it back in and leak stopped. January 07 - while in mexico, my wife was driving 4wd on hard packed sand. I heard a loud bang and when I looked under the truck I found that the same shaft was out again. Turns out the shaft has splines and a small circlip to hold it in place. The circlip is undersized so it only takes about 1 pound of force to separate the 2 pieces. This most recent time occurred under load so when the shaft shot out, the splines got damaged. Since I was a day's drive south of the border I had to file and then hammer the shaft back into place. Nissan denied my warranty, again blaming the lift for the problem. I found several other people online who have had the same problem, most without lifts. I talked to a technician at a Nissan dealership in oregon and he confirmed that he has seen several front differentials with this problem. He suspected that the cv joints don't stretch as well when weather is cold thereby pulling the stub shafts out when the wheels are turned. Most vehicles he had seen were stock. He also said that Nissan had a redesigned differential that the tech's are supposed to install when this happens. I contacted Nissan customer service and made an appointment with a factory rep. Nissan finally agreed to do a one-time front differential replacement under warranty. This problem occurred on Wednesday, December 6, 2006.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Nissan Quest

The car is a 2001 Nissan Quest. 2 complaints - side window latches do not stay latched if opened even once. Had them replaced, then they were reopened and now will no longer stay latched properly, they continually pop open. 2nd complaint - have had this vehicle for 3 years and the boots for the front end keep tearing. We are replacing one of them for the 2nd time along with cv joint. This constant velocity joint issue occurred Sun., Nov. 28, 2004.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Saturn VUE

The vehicle is a 2003 Saturn Vue which was purchased in December 2002. She stated that there were numerous failures with the vehicle. While driving approximately 6 mph through a brush-less car wash, water entered into the sun roof housing. On a separate occasion, she also smelled oil burning and the dealer replaced the right inner cv joint boot. The hazards lights failed to operate normally and were repaired twice due to repeat failures. When she engaged the hazard switch, it collapsed into the dashboard console. The service engine soon light illuminated and the dealer stated that the thermostat failed and it was replaced. All repairs were made to the vehicle per the warranty. The rear lateral link assembly recall number 04067001 2002-2004 Vue rear suspension recall was also replaced. The driver's side window would not close; however, the driver's side switch was replaced. The fuel gauge indicated the improper level of fuel that was in the fuel tank; although, the fuel sending units were replaced. All of the repairs made to the vehicle have failed more than once. The horn would also operate intermittently on its own. The dealer found a shortage in the body control module and replaced the operating design system which forced the mechanic to reprogram the keys to the vehicle. The valve cover gasket failed a second time when the contact smelled oil burning. There were no related recalls for most of the other failed components. The failure mileage was 14,002 and the current mileage was 70,501. It was Fri., Mar. 6, 2009 when this constant velocity joint issue happened.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Saturn SW2

The vehicle involved was a 1998 Saturn Sw2. The VIN of this vehicle is 1G8ZK8275W_. Inner cv joint / boot clamp / wheel bearing failed. It was Thu., Feb. 12, 1998 when this constant velocity joint issue occurred.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Subaru Outback

The vehicle is a 2004 Subaru Outback. The vehicle is a 2004 suburu Outback. The contact was driving 70 mph with the cruise control activated when the vehicle suddenly shifted from overdrive to first gear. The vehicle stalled. When the contact drove into the emergency lane, he noticed that the cv joint had broken. One week after having the vehicle repaired, the failure occurred again. The second time the failure occurred, it sheared 1 inch off of the drive shaft. Suburu confirmed that they are familiar with the failure. Several mechanics have stated that 350 pounds of pressure on the drive shaft was being held together by a single o-ring. The contact did not have the VIN when the complaint was filed. The failure mileage was 90,000 and the current mileage was 120,000. Updated 04/28/10 updated 05/13/10. It was 03/06/2010 when this constant velocity joint issue happened.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Subaru Outback

The vehicle was a 2000 Subaru Outback. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 4S3BH6864Y_. Passenger side front cv joint boot tore for no apparent reason, 39,744 miles. Very low mileage for a boot to tear for no reason, neighbor who is a former Subaru mechanic said should not happen unless I ran over something and punctured boot, I did not. Subaru dealer replaced under warranty though part was out of warranty. A possible fire hazard due to cv grease leaking onto exhaust system as well as a potential mechanical failure if problem is not caught in time. This constant velocity joint problem happened on Sunday, May. 18, 2003.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Suzuki Sidekick Sport

The car involved was a 1998 Suzuki Sidekick Sport. The VIN of this vehicle is JS3TE21V0W_. Noise coming from transmission, driveshaft cv joint failure due to possible poor design. It was 07/12/2000 when this constant velocity joint issue occurred.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Suzuki Aerio

The vehicle was a 2003 Suzuki Aerio. While driving at 15 mph and making a turn driver tried to accelerate and the vehicle just stopped. The left front cv axle came out of the trans axle. The clip came out of the cv joint, causing the vehicle to become immobile. Owner had vehicle towed to the dealership. The failure date was Friday, February 11, 2005.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Toyota Scion Xb

The reporting person owns a 2008 Toyota Scion Xb. The contact stated while driving at 70mph, the front passenger tire experienced tread separation. The contact was informed by his roadside assistance that the cv boot was defective and would need to be replaced. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where the contact was awaiting repairs and further diagnosis of the failure. The failure and current mileages were approximately 47,779. It was Mon., Aug. 2, 2010 when this constant velocity joint issue occurred.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Toyota RAV4

The car was a 2006 Toyota Rav4. Vehicle identification number (VIN): JTMBD33V66_. - the vehicle was a 2006 Toyota rav 4. When starting the vehicle the cvs, abs, 4 wheel drive, and brake warning lights remained illuminated on the dashboard. The failure occurred twice and for as long as 1 week. The dealer stated that they were unable to diagnose the failure, but that they would research it. As of this date the dealer had not informed the contact of their findings. The failure mileage was 17,000, and the current mileage was 21,000. This issue happened on 04/10/07.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Volkswagen New Beetle

The car involved was a 2001 Volkswagen New Beetle. Throttle body goes out (02-03-2009) cv axel goes out (03-31-2009 brake lights go out (02-18-2010) cv axel goes out again (4-31-2010) alternator goes out (06-21-2010) ignition coils fail (09-13-2010) ignition coils fail again(01-21-2011) brake switch replaced again (01-21-2011) air flow sensor fails (01-21-2011) air flow sensor fails again (07-26-2011) timing belt replaced (06-15-2011) thermostat replaced (06-15-2011) water pump replaced (06-15-2011) now having problems with throttle body/ throttle body sensor/ electrical issue. Dealer is not sure what the problems is and wants to throw money at it to see what the problems is. This car is just one problem after another after another. It was March 14, 2009 when this constant velocity joint issue occurred.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Volkswagen Passat

The car involved is a 2003 Volkswagen Passat. Fuel pump failure while driving on the freeway the car quite running. 1. 8 liter turbo in o3 vw Passat. Dealer calls and tells us our VIN number is not part of the recall. To call vw of north America and they should cover it. I talk to a women tell her the same thing as above and she ask me to hold while she submits the claim. She comes back on the line after 45 seconds or so and says that they won't cover it. The VIN number is not part of the recall. I ask to speak to a supervisor. I am told there is no one else I can speak to and this is the finally decision of vw of north America. This is not the first failure for this car. Temperature sensor replaced, brake module replaced twice, the heater core replace, the trip tronic shift replaced, instrument panel replaced, the engine flushed for sludge. Cv boots replaced. They're cracked again after 3 months. It was Monday, March 31, 2008 when this constant velocity joint issue happened.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Volvo V70

The vehicle was a 2004 Volvo V70. The VIN of this vehicle was YV1LZ56D1Y_. 2000 V70xcaw cross country wagon etm system failed. The ac hose compressor condenser was replaced. The vehicle was leaking gas and the o-ring seal on the pump sender was replaced. The front passenger window was inoperable when trying to use the master controls. The dealer replaced the module switch. The engine would whine at highway speeds while accelerating. The battery, oil pan, upper torque mount, angle gear, rotors, fuel pump, fuel tank, fuel seal and struts were all replaced. The cv boot was leaking. The turbo charger was replaced because of an oil leak. This problem occurred on 03/23/2006.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Volvo Cross Country

The vehicle is a 2001 Volvo Cross Country. While driving there was a clicking noise from the rear right cv joint. Upon inspection of the vehicle the under carriage was full of grease and oil from the right rear cv joint. The right rear cv joint broke. This problem occurred on Apr. 15, 2004.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Audi A4

The vehicle involved is a 1996 Audi A4. Consumer stated the engine check light keeps coming on and stays on, vehicle has been to dealership on numerous occasions. . Consumer stated the dealer is unable to diagnosis the problem, also the left outer cv boot was replaced, the trunk would not open, and tires were replaced (goodyear tires p205/55r16). This constant velocity joint issue occurred Nov. 2, 2000.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Audi Quattro

The vehicle was a 1996 Audi Quattro. While driving at 30 mph consumer lost control of the vehicle, and then came to an abrupt stop. Vehicle was towed to a dealer, who informed the consumer that constant velocity joint broke on driver's side. It was 02/18/03 when this constant velocity joint issue happened.

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car   Constant Velocity Joint problem of Buick Lesabre

The car involved was a 2003 Buick Lesabre. The VIN of this Lesabre is 1G4HP52K33_. (1) bad cv joint/half shaves upon delivery of vehicle (2) failure will cause loss of power and front wheel lockup while operating vehicle. 3) nothing was done. G m rep. Stated vehicle is within corporate specifications. This constant velocity joint issue occurred May. 1, 2004.

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