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Old 03-30-2009
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hey i live up a dirt road and not that i need it but i use my four wheel drive and every now and then i hear what sounds like a backfire but it isn't can anyone help me
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You only hear it in 4x4? maybe a bad cv popping?
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what is a cv
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Cv joint, part of your front axles.
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what is a cv
constant velocity joint
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