CV joint

Asked by Mar 18, 2017 at 03:05 PM about the 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: General

If replacing CV joint, do I need to replace
both front or just 1

3 Answers

73,935

It's easier to replace the drive axle assembly. Inspect the CV (rubber) boots on the other one. If they're ok and the axle isn't damaged or anything you can just leave it alone. The outer axle boots are prone to failure more so than the inners. HTH. -Jim

91,885

I would replace the axles on both sides at the same time if I had the budget.

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269,735

But to answer your question, you can replace just just one.

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