Q: Need cv boot replacement

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My car has 119998 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The best way to resolve a torn cv boot on your vehicle is to replace the entire cv axle. This is because the replacement cv boots that are available are not very durable and will likely require replacement again. Also, when the boot tears, the grease inside the joint leaks out. When this happens and the boot is replaced, the grease is still missing which will cause the joint to fail prematurely. Consider YourMechanic for your cv axle replacement

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