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How to repair CV boot on Jeep Comanche

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Joshua Martinez
Wondering how to install CV boot in your car, I’ll show you the video tutorial how to change CV boot by your hands!

Can you fix a small hole in a CV boot on a 2010 Jeep Comanche?

CV boot fix/bodge of small holes - They said you can use super glue to fix tiny holes.

How do you reuse CV boot on a Jeep Comanche 2023 clamps?

ATV CV Boot Replace Tips - So if you get new boots for your CV joints they normally come with the new clamps. However let's say for example if you're replacing the CV joint only and you don't have a new boot and a new clap.

How do I know if my CV boot is leaking on a Jeep Comanche 2021?

Common signs include grease leaking onto the inside of the wheels, vibrations around the CV axle, and clicking noises during turns.

Why does my CV boot keep splitting?

The most common cause of CV joint failure is from the deterioration and splitting or tearing of the rubber CV Boot. Once split the protective CV joint grease escapes and dirt, road grime and water can enter the joint and cause the CV joint to wear rapidly and fail prematurely.

What is the most common cause of low frequency vibration on a 2010 Jeep Comanche?

Low-frequency noise is common as background noise in urban environments, and as an emission from many artificial sources: road vehicles, aircraft, industrial machinery, artillery and mining explosions, and air movement machinery including wind turbines, compressors, and ventilation or air-conditioning units.

How do you use CV boot clamp pliers on a Jeep Comanche 2020?

Nick the tool: cv boot clip pliers pn: ya3080 - I put my hands onto here and give it a squeeze. And. Then once it's made it off it then pushes the center up I can then put loads of grip on here. And you can see that's made a nice job of that joint.

How do I know if my CV boot on a Jeep Comanche is bad?

Common Signs of a Leaking CV Boot
  1. Grease Leak. A grease leak is probably the most common sign of a failing CV boot
  2. Vibrations. Another symptom of a bad CV boot is vibrating coming from the axle area
  3. Clicking During Turns
  4. At V&F

Can a CV boot be repaired on a 2022 Jeep Comanche?

CV boot kits are an efficient, cost-effective way to repair an axle with a damaged boot. As a best practice, inspect your CV boots regularly (at a minimum, every oil change, and more frequently if you drive off-road). The goal is to capture and repair any boot damage BEFORE it extends to the CV joint itself!

How serious is a bad CV joint on a Jeep Comanche?

Driving a vehicle with a bad CV Joint is extremely dangerous and could prove costly in the long run by causing further damage to related parts. When you have a failing axle shaft, you have a chance of having it completely fail while you are driving your vehicle.

Where is the CV boot on a Jeep Comanche 2021 on a car?

The CV (Constant Velocity) joints are located on the ends of your drive shaft/axle, and their purpose is to transfer the torque and power of the engine at a constantrate to your wheels. Most CV joints/boots are found on the front axles, but they may also protect the rear axle joints as well.
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Comments on how to fix CV boot on a Jeep Comanche:
How much was the replacement front driveshaft
how much to replace?
have you attempted to take the old shaft apart? my friend has a leaky inner joint as wondering if I could knock the outer joint off and then slide the new boots on? thanks Mini guru
crap! useless video!
nice job. I just picked up almost the identical machine with same rear diff issues. does yours have Hi low range?
good vid. thanks! doing my ranger, so very helpful, happy wrench flinging.
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Appreciate all the extra effort to make this video... much appreciated!
nice to see a very clear easy to understand no bull tutorial on cv boot replacement. thumbs up and subscribed. thank you very much sir. I feel confident to proceed now after watching this :)
I'm just about to do the same thing to my 1988 Saab 900i non turbo 8 valve (CV Joint and two outer boot), Do you have a source for the parts? Also in Australia.
Whats up mini truck :D
Very nice, i have an 08 4.7. Ill be following this when im fixing mine bc i have leakage coming from the seal. Doesnt seem to bad. Might need to buy a few tools for the job though.
My corolla makes a loud humming noise when i drive over 50 mph. Sounds like i have an exhaust problem but don't. Would this be a symptom for a CV boot or axle?
wtf happened to your wheel bolts?
Not every time you can get an axle out like this. I know a guy that built a cool tool to make this easier. One day I might show you all that. Neo HPCC grease is the best stuff.
Im here because i was driving down the road after transmission work, and the bolts came out.
This video helped me a lot to replace my drive shaft. Thanks for taking the time to post it and also for your web site that has lots of other useful guides. I just wanted you to know that it's really appreciated.
Beat ki Axel bearing nahi mil rahi hai isme aur ... se gadee ki bearing lagega
hi there just wanna ask if i could use a 16' steelwheel with an offset of ET50 it came from a vw beetle, to my vw golf tsi 2018? thanks
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the boot completely ripped
If you had of turned the steering outwards that side you probably would of had the access to of undone the carrier bolts with your electric gun. A tip for next time.
Sacre bleau. The Fox has turned blue. Well done with the lock. La plume de ma tante
You do not want to get into losening balljoint castle nuts that hold the integrity of the joint. In this case, all you had to do was remove the 3 bolts that secure the ball joint to the control arm. Also, you do not need to remove the axle from the car. It's best to do it on the car. This way you're not losening the inner side bolts. If you do loosen them, its best practice to replace them. You always must replace the hub bolt. This is a very high torque stretch bolt. You do not want that bolt once its been torqued to spec. Other than that, it's an ok job.