What do charge for a 2009 cv/axle replacement

According to Nissan we need to replace them would they create a sluggish transmission? And can you do 1 at a time?

My car has 90000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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In most cases, anytime you replace CV/Axle shafts, they should be done in pairs. However, before you assume this is the exact reason why you’re having issues with a sluggish running Nissan Rogue, you might want to have a professional mobile mechanic complete a car is slow to accelerate inspection first; so they can give you a second opinion.

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The Average Cost for Replacing a CV Axle Is $809 to $1,074 Depending if You Go to the Mechanic or DIY. This price is based on national averages.
The average cost for a Nissan Frontier Axle Shaft Replacement is between $753 and $797. Labor costs are estimated between $169 and $213 while parts are priced between $584 and $584.
2013 Nissan Rogue CV Axles & Parts Parts

Either way, Advance Auto Parts has 18 different CV Axles & Parts products in our inventory ranging from $2.83 to $232.71.

The average cost for a Nissan Armada CV Joint Replacement is between $950 and $1,021. Labor costs are estimated between $273 and $344 while parts are priced between $677 and $677.
Removal and installation of each axle takes about 1.3 hours per the labor time guide I referenced.
The average cost for a CV Joint Replacement is between $1,018 and $1,065. Labor costs are estimated between $178 and $225 while parts are priced between $840 and $841.
Axle / CV shaft assemblies do not really have a “best before” date. Most of the time, they will last the life of your vehicle. However, having said that, keep in mind that whenever your car is in motion, your axle / CV shaft assembly is working.
CV axle boots last for quite some time (80,000 miles) and are not items needing periodic replacement. But you absolutely should inspect them at least once a year, or even more often on cars with high mileage. They are most affected by prolonged off-road driving or heavy use in transportation-industry conditions.
CV joints and boots can be replaced individually, but most professional technicians and even do-it-yourselfers prefer to replace the whole halfshaft assembly with a remanufactured shaft.
You may be able to drive on a bad CV axle for several months, but it depends on the extent of the damage. We`re obliged to let you know that the safest thing to do is get the axle replaced immediately. The longer you wait, the worse the damage will be.
Driving on a bad cv axle shaft can cause further damage to your vehicle and could even lead to an accident.
The Constant Velocity is sealed by a boot. This boot may get damaged, and when this happens, the joint will wear out and eventually fail. If you drive a car with a damaged CV, the joint will disintegrate further, making driving impossible. You`ll not be able to control the vehicle and may get involved in an accident.
A CV axle has two CV joints (an inner joint and an outer joint). These joints allow the axle to transfer the engine`s power to the drive wheels at a constant speed while accommodating for the different travel conditions, including the up and down motion of the suspension and cornering.
It is always a good idea to replace CV joints or CV axles in pairs. This is due to the fact that under most circumstances, each of a vehicle`s two axles will incur approximately the same amount of wear within a given time frame.
Many drivers are not aware that the performance of their vehicle`s wheel system is basically dependent on the condition of the CV joints and car axles. These components are involved in the steering, driving, and braking of the vehicle, linking the power from the engine to the wheels.
Front wheel drive vehicles incorporate a transverse engine mount design where the engine is mounted sideways, resulting in the left and right CV axles to be different lengths.
Things that can break your vehicle`s axle include poor maintenance; an auto accident; hitting curbs, potholes, or bumps too hard; and overloading your vehicle beyond its weight-bearing capacity. The axle is responsible for transferring the engine`s power and transmission`s torque to the wheels.
Bad or damaged engine mounts will cause the cv axle to keep breaking, overloading vehicles beyond its capacity and stress the axles with large bumps and potholes also will damage the cv joint too. Another way drivers can put their CV parts at greater risk is by adding lift kits to their vehicle.
The CV joint can get hot due to internal friction and heat transferred from the brakes and engine. The heat can cause the grease and air inside the joint to expand.
CV Joint Grease is a heavy duty, lithium complex, NLGI No. 1.5 grease containing molybdenum disulphide and extreme pressure additives to provide protection against sliding, shock and impact loading conditions.
The outer joint, which connects the driveshaft to the wheel, uses a ball joint. The inner joints, which connect the driveshaft to the transmission, usually use tripod joints. In order to ensure a smooth and full range of motion, a CV joint must remain adequately lubricated with grease.
Without them, you can`t accelerate, and braking and steering will also be affected. You may not even be able to control the car. You could be at serious risk for an accident, so it`s important to have the joint replaced as soon as possible. How are CV Joints Diagnosed and Repaired?
Vehicle Will Not Move

Since the CV axles deliver engine power to the front wheels, If one of your CV axles has utterly and completely failed, the vehicle might not move at all.

Damaged Inner CV Joints Can Cause Vibration on Acceleration

Damaged inner CV joints cause vibrations on acceleration and are very difficult to diagnose because the damage is so inconspicuous. You can only see it once the inner CV joint is removed from the vehicle and cleaned of all grease and debris.

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the most relevant questions and answers related to your specific issue

Need to replace front left CV axle, do I need to replace the CV boot as well?
ANSWER : Hello, thank you for writing in. The damage done to the unit will dictate what exactly needs to be done. If the entire CV axle on one side or the other needs to be replaced, then the entire shaft is typically replaced at once, including the boots. If you need to replace part of the assembly, the boots are serviceable separately on a need be basis. In that case, you would need to know if you were replacing the inner (closest to the middle of the vehicle) or outer (closer to the tire) boot. Once you have made those determinations, corrective action can be taken. For more help with diagnostics or the repair, contact our service department to schedule an appointment.

Does the CV boot need to be replaced or do i need to replace the whole axle? 2008 Chevrolet Uplander
ANSWER : Hello – the CV joint or axle boot is available separately from a variety of sources. What your mechanic may be saying however, is that given your mileage, it would be best to replace the whole axle assembly for reliability reasons. Replacing the CV boot requires considerable labor as well, and your best repair $ may be to go ahead and replace the whole axle assembly. I would recommend a CV axle replacement by a mobile, professional mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, who will come to your location, diagnose this problem, give you an accurate assessment of damage and cost estimate for repairs.

Can a leaky CV axle seal ruin a CV axle?
ANSWER : The oil leak itself may not necessarily ruin the CV axle, however if the oil leak progresses to a point where the CV joint lacks the proper amount of oil to sufficiently lubricate it, the lack of lubrication can cause it to fail due to the metal on metal contact on the inner working components. This generates an enormous amount of heat which can cause parts to seize. I would recommend having an expert from YourMechanic come to your home to take a look at your leaking CV joint and repair it.

CV boot or full replacement of CV axle ?
ANSWER : This is a common sign of a failing CV joint. A CV (Constant Velocity) joint is a shaft that connects the transmission to the wheels, essentially transferring the power from the drive train directly to the wheels. The CV joint is packed with a special grease and sealed tight with the rubber or plastic boot, that is held in place with two clamps. The most common problem with the CV joints is when the protective boot cracks or gets damaged. Once this happens, the grease comes out and moisture and dirt get in, causing the CV joint to wear faster and eventually fail due to lack of lubrication and corrosion. When the CV joint becomes damaged or worn, you may hear a clicking or popping sound coming from this area. I would recommend having an expert from YourMechanic come to your location to diagnose and inspect your CV joints.

I have a Mercury mystique 2000 4 cylinder the passenger CV axle has come off by tire was wondering if I have to replace axle or ca
ANSWER : The constant velocity joint and axle shaft should be locked together with a lock ring clip. If the axle came out and your were driving then the axle may have been damaged. You may also have damaged the joint. You may not be able to just stick it in without getting it to lock in place. You may need to replace entire axle.

aloha! i was told it would cost me $1870 to get a rear axle replacement. i have a 2006 toyota sequoia with mileage of 80,000. it
ANSWER : Aloha. Ah – the infamous "it’s all gone" excuse. To be quite blunt, you’re being ripped off. If a professional mechanic can’t explain what exactly is damaged with any mechanical component, they are taking advantage of you. I would get your car back and contact a different mechanic. Or, feel free to send us some information about the symptoms your car is experiencing that led you to take the car to the mechanic in the first place. Maybe we can help diagnose your issue and allow you to bring that info to a different mechanic. Mahalo.

Replaced cv axle with non oem still getting clicking.
ANSWER : Hello. The play where the axle connects to the differential can be a bad bearing in the differential or more commonly the inner joint of the axle. Most of the time when this occurs it is because of a defective aftermarket axle. I would have used an OE new axle on this and if the play was still there then axle was replaced then the front differential will need to be rebuilt. If you want to have this axle issue looked at, consider YourMechanic, as a certified mechanic can come to your home or office to diagnose wht there is freeplay in the axle.

CV axle
ANSWER : Hello. There are a few possible issues going on here. First thing is that when you reinstalled the axle, you may have damaged the speed sensor or you may have caused internal transmission damage. Hopefully this did not occur.

I would start with the fluid. When you pull this axle, you are only going to lose a couple of quarts of fluid at the most. If you added too much, then this can occur. You may want to drain the fluid by removing the pan and then refilling it properly. If that does not help, then the axle may have damaged the transmission so it will need to be removed and inspected. If you need to have this done, consider YourMechanic, as a certified technician can come to your home or office to inspect the suspension and shifting issue in order to have this corrected.