Your car’s driveline transfers power from the engine to the wheels. Simple right? It gets a little tricky, though, because the driveline has to be flexible to account for the movement of the wheels during steering. And, depending on what kind of drive your car has (FWD, RWD, 4WD) it connects into one of two types of couplings: a Universal Joint (UV Joint) or a Constant Velocity Joint. (CV Joint). We inspect and provide driveline service to make sure your car is getting the constant, smooth power it needs for safe driving.
- CV boots for tears, splits, or leakage of lubricant.
- CV joints for excessive movement due to worn components
Test DriveWe test drive your car, listening for certain clicks or thumps that would indicate what type of further inspection to perform.
- UV joints for tears, splits, or leakage of lubricant
- UV joints for excessive movement due to worn component
Test DriveYour car is driven to check for high-frequency vibrations at moderate speeds.
- Parts: 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first.
- Labor: 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first.