Steering rack boots on 1997 Honda Accord

Is a CV boot the same as a steering rack boot?

by in Las Vegas, NV on May 27, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on May 27, 2010
No, these are different. The CV boot is on the axle and it prevents grease from leaking out of the CV Joint. The rack boot is on the steering rack and prevents dirt from getting into the steering rack.
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