Having problems with your 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport ?

Can stationary lock to lock steering stretch or damage a cv joint or drive shaft. One person told me it could. Cause I tend to do this an awful lot when getting out of parellel parking spaces. Sometimes gotta do it 10 times or so in one sitting. Cause this is a 2009 honda crv that i've had for 6 months and lately I have been having symptoms of rapid deceleration, car seems to be shifting a little harder, sometimes on my first trip of the day when I first back up and turn the steering wheel I hea

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 27-06-2022

Answers :

There is nothing to "stretch" in a CV joint. This is a sliding joint and no it can not be damaged by cycling the steering from lock to lock. The boots can be damaged by high speed rotations at either lock.

Your other symptoms are unrelated. I can not pinpoint the issue as I can not see the car. Your clang sound could be a simple as a loose heat shield on the exhaust.
Well the issue is complicated and more importantly recurring. if u have budget then get rid of ur old crv and purchase a brand new honda crv 2012. it comes with excellent powertrain, features and accessories quality.
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