Constant velocity joint or CV Joint Typically used in front-wheel drive applications, constant velocity joints are a form of universal joint that smoothes power delivery and allows the wheels to be turned for steering.
CV joint connect the axles to the transmission and allow for different suspension angles to allow the drive wheels to turn. Unlike a rear wheel drive vehicle where the driveshaft is a solid piece of steel.
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