CV Boot Replacement for 1995 Honda Civic EX
I had just installed the Eibach Pro-System (includes Pro-Kit springs and Pro-Damper struts) into my family's 1995 Honda Civic EX coupe. While doing so, I noticed that the driver side axle and wheel well is full of grease. A closer examination made me realized that the CV boot is probably cracked, meaning I'll have to replace it.
It would be a really GREASY job, so I started search around on the Internet to see my options. And I found an interesting option from the "Honda Civic CV Joint Boot Replacement". The following is two excerpt from that article in relationship to this one.
"Question: I have a 1995 Honda Civic EX with 111,000 miles. It has the 1.6 liter SOHC (VTEC) engine, automatic transmission, ABS, P/S, A/C, and cruise control. I'm getting ready to replace the CV joints. The right outer boot is torn, and although the left isn't torn, it doesn't look that good, either."
Replacing the entire axle with a rebuilt axle assembly sounds like a pretty good option. The question is, where do I get a rebuilt axle assembly for $100 for my family's 1995 Honda Civic EX?
I found out that you can pretty much get it from any auto parts store, like Kragen, AutoZone, or Pep Boys. A quick search at Kragen showed a whole list of them for much less than $100.
I just bought a brand new one for my 2000 civic ex for $63 at auto zone
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