How do you change a CV boot on a Subaru?
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How much does it cost to replace a CV boot on a Subaru?
If your CV joint is still in good working order but the CV boot is what needs to be replaced, then you’re looking at around $250 to $300 for the parts that are necessary to replace the boot. When you factor in the cost of labor, you’re looking at around $550 to $650 to have the boot replaced in your car.
Is a torn CV boot dangerous?
It is possible to drive a car with a torn CV boot, but doing so will likely lead to further damage that will eventually require more extensive repair. Among the indications that a CV joint or axle has been damaged is a clicking or popping noise when turning, or vibrations at highway speeds.
How do I know if my CV joint is broken?
4 Signs of a Bad CV Axle/Half Shaft”Clicking” Noises When Turning.A Knocking Sound. Grease on the Inside or Edge of the Tires. The CV axle joint has boots that contain grease while the axle spins, keeping it from leaking. Vibration While Driving. This is a tricky one, since there are many things that could cause vibration when you drive.