How do you change a CV axle on a 2000 Nissan Maxima?
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Is a flipped car totaled?
Yes, it’s almost certainly totaled. When the cost of repairs exceeds the value of the car it’s totaled. It’s very likely the cost of repairs will far exceed the value of your 8 yo car with 100,000 miles on it.
Does insurance cover a broken axle?
If it’s damage to the actual axle, body or other parts that aren’t the wheels. In this case, some insurers might cover all damage, including tires and wheels, others might cover all damage except the tires and others still might pay for the cost of repairs minus the cost of existing wear and tear.
Is a car totaled if the axle is bent?
As many have written before, a car is considered totaled when the summed up cost of repairing it is higher than its established value. And it doesn’t depend on brand, make, model and parts that have been broken. As i said before, just a broken axle should not make your car totaled.
How long does it take to fix a bent axle?
If its a back axle it’s just a matter of buying a new axle shaft, press on bearings with seal and installing it. Usually 1.5 hours. If it’s a front wheel Spindle that is bolted to the lower control arm then time to replace could be over 2 hours. How do you fix a cracked tire sidewall?
How much does it cost to repair a bent axle?
The repairs can cost you anywhere from $170 to $900 or more. It depends primarily on the kind of car you have, as the parts will range in price quite a bit. Labor costs are typically between $100 and $200, but a few cars will cost more. It just depends on how long the mechanic has to work to change out your axle.