2311 Central Ave, Dubuque, IA 52001
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Driving can be exceedingly dangerous and could prove costly in the long run with a CV Axle Going Bad. If the CV Axle begins to fail, one of the vehicle’s wheels will lose power and your car will pull to one side. And if the CV Joint Breaks While Driving, the wheel will no longer turn and the car will not move at all. A common sign of a Failing CV Joint is a Clicking Noise When Turning and Accelerating. Grease on the edge of a Tire and Excessive Vibration When Driving are other symptoms of a Bad CV Joint.