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Cv boots on rear axle

(1990 Ford Thunderbird)
in Cape Coral, FL on April 07, 2011
My CV boots are trn and is this something that needs to be addressed?
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on April 07, 2011
Yes. If the boots are torn, that means the lubricating grease is coming out, and dirt/debris are getting in. This situation will rapidly degrade the moving parts in the CV shaft and cause it/them to fail.
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