Axle constant velocity (CV) boots may crack and leak, resulting a lack of lubrication and damage to the CV joint. Our technicians recommend to replace damaged CV boots at the first sign of cracking. If noise is noted from the CV joint the axle may require replacement.
Cracking cv boots and/or cv joint noise on Audi Q7
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1 model year affected: 2007
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