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Wheel spins freely in park

Driver side front wheel spins free hope its just the cv joint and not the tranny,still drives,any info will help

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Is the tranny actually in Park? Make sure the shift adjustment is correct. If should start only in park or neutral in any other position shift adjustment is incorrect.

Posted on Mar 24, 2015

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Have them replace the entire axle with a rebuilt for aound $70-100 cost.  After they buy the CV and the boot kit, you will be close to that amount ... and they will still have to get the joint off the boot on, the cv on and attach the boot to the joint and shaft ... sometimes these boot kits don't fit right .. and they haven't done many and may not realize it doesn't fit right!

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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SOURCE: cv joints need to be replaced

1) Remove wheel.. 2) Separate Tie rod and lower Ball joint..3) Remove Axle Nut.. Leave Brakes and Rotor in place.. 4) wire or tie to get the assy. outta the way.. The rest should be easy

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

SOURCE: need to replace front left cv axel

Best approach is to acquire a repair manual for that vehicle. Pep Boys or similar will likely have one..

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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SOURCE: The front axle, cv joint and dic break rota

Does the sound get louder as you drive, does it start to sound like a moaning or loud wind noise? If it does the most common problem is a bad bearing that the rotor bolts to and the axle slides through.

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 kia mentor park brake light

low brake fluid level. top off and see if that does it

Posted on Apr 04, 2010

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Driver side front end sags and makes noise


Helo.....Sounds like you may need to have your CV joint assembly checked out.The CV joint is equivalent to the old drive shaft and universal joint...Have the CV joint checked and let me know what happens...I hope this was helpful....PEACE....

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Just installed new rotors,brake pads, bearings and tie rods to front of 2000 montana. have a whopping sound when driving , this goes away when wheels turned slightly right. when turning right corner hear a...


One of your CV joints are bad, inspect which CV joint needs to be replaced. Roll your windows down and make tight right and left corners in an empty parking lot slowly and listen for the clicking noise. If it's coming from the passenger side window or the drivers side window, which ever side the noise is coming from is the side that the CV joint has failed and will need to be replaced.
Thank you for using FIxya and replacing the front wheel bearing improperly buy hammering the CV joint out instead of using a wheel bearing puller will cause damage to the CV joint as to what you have described. Good luck and keep us posted.

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I heard a loud pop, then the vehicle wont move in any gear.It then grinds when I try to put it in park.


It sounds like you broke a Constant Velocity joint (CV Joint). The pop was probably the joint breaking. When you put it in gear it's just spinning. Think of one of your hands as the transmission. Hold a pencil that would be the CV Joint(s) and axle, and use the other hand to hold the other end of the pencil. That's the front hub (part that makes the wheel turn). So you have ...hand, pencil...hand = trans, axle... wheel. If you hold the pencil firmly with both hands, and spin the pencil with one, both hands still move.

If the pencil breaks...the one not spinning does nothing.

So...The transmission is trying to make the van go, but the cv joint is broken, so the wheels aren't spinning. When you put the van in park, the transmission doesn't know the vans not moving. Therefore it's making the same noise as if you put the van in park while driving. If you must start the van and put it in gear to see if the driver's or passenger's axle is just spinning. Shut the van off, wait a minute for the axle shaft to stop spinning, and then put it in park.

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