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Honda Civic Axle Assembly

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$71.62 List Price $84.51 Save $12.89 Availability: In Stock
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This high quality CV drive axle from A1 Cardone Select is manufactured using state of the art engineering to guarantee accurate product fitmnet, function efficiency and service longevity.


  • 100 percent neoprene boots for excellent ozone resistance
  • 3 percent moly grease for extreme high temperature and pressure characteristics that extend the life of the joint
  • 100 percent rolled splines and threads that eliminate installation hassle
  • Lifetime A1 Cardone limited warranty
  • SKU#: A1664060
  • Brand: A1 Cardone
  • Fit Note: Coupe, Automatic CVT Transaxle, Coupe, Automatic Transaxle, FWD, With 26 Spline Outboard Joint, Sedan, Automatic CVT Transaxle, Sedan, Automatic Transaxle
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: Same day - 1 business day
  • Drive Type: FWD
  • Joint Type: CV joint
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Fits the following Honda Civic Years:
  • 2004-2005 | 4 Cyl 1.7L | Value Package
  • 2002-2005 | 4 Cyl 1.7L | GX
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"Perfect fit appears to be good quality but only time will tell if this assumption is right." posted by: carraganakid on November 11, 2012

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CV AXLE ASSEMBLY, NEW -- Includes axle nut, joints, and boots; Manufactured from 100 percent new components to ensure proper fit and operation; Provides maximum safety and stability, restores vehicle's handling and control, and improves passenger comfort over the toughest and roughest driving conditions; Backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty.
  • SKU#: REPCHO8387
  • Brand: Replacement Chassis
  • Fit Note: 6-Speed, Standard Transmission
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Notes: Includes axle nut, joints, and boots
  • Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
Fits the following Honda Civic Years:
  • 2009 | 4 Cyl 2.0L | Si
  • 2008 | All Engines | DX-G, MUGEN Si
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  • SKU#: W0133-1781525
  • Brand: First Equipment Quality
  • Fit Note: 2-Door, Standard Transmission
Fits the following Honda Civic Years:
  • 2009 | 4 Cyl 1.8L | DX, EX, LX
The axle assembly is an integral part in a car's braking and suspension systems. It secures the wheels in position to ensure the handling of the car. Through the years, the Honda Civic is known to carry a decent axle assembly. The part gives the model an engaging performance many owners find appealing. This is precisely why the axle assembly in a Honda Civic should be looked into closely. A damaged or worn out axle assembly can cause problems to the transmission system and will ultimately lead to failure to run for the Honda Civic. With this, a broken axle assembly should be replaced as soon as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the most effective way to clean the Honda Civic axle assembly?
    Answer: The axle assembly has two basic parts--the axle shaft and the joint housings. Each of these parts has a different method of cleaning. For the axle shaft, the best way of cleaning would be with water, soap, and an abrasive cleaning pad. This is a simple and gentle method that will not cause damage on the other parts. As for the joint housings, cleaning can be done with the use of flushing fluid. After cleaning the whole assembly, grease should be applied to prevent moisture from entering the assembly.
  • Will removing rust from the axle shaft weaken the whole axle assembly in Honda Civic?
    Answer: Needless to say, taking out rusts from the axle shaft would mean getting rid of the actual metal in the axle shaft. However, it does not necessarily mean weakening the axle assembly. When a metal undergoes rusting, it expands up to eight times. This means that the amount of rust that is being taken out during cleaning is not the same amount of metal that is being disposed. After getting rid of these rusts, it is better to be more conscious to changes in performance of the axle assembly to be more certain whether the material has, indeed, weakened or not.
  • When should a Honda Civic axle assembly be replaced?
    Answer: A typical axle assembly has a 70,000-mile lifespan. This means that even though the whole axle assembly has not experienced any problem upon reaching this mileage, it should still be replaced. In addition, if problems are experienced before this point, the axle assembly replacement should still be in place. If such incident happens, it is better to check the Honda Civic dealer. The axle assembly may be replaced free of charge under the warranty.
  • If the CV joint in the axle assembly is damaged, can the Honda Civic still run?
    Answer: The CV joint in the axle assembly is a crucial part in the Honda Civic. Thanks to the CV boot that holds it together, it can still work properly even if it is damaged. Nonetheless, this can only work for a short period of time. Otherwise, it can damage the CV boot as well, causing more headache. With this, once a CV joint is damaged, it should be replaced as soon as possible.