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Welcome To Universal Joint Replacement
The old and new universal joint. Replacement is easy.
photo by John Lake, 2011
If your car or truck is making noise from underneath, and you've determined that your universal joint is worn, you can replace your own universal joint and save lots of money in the process. A clicking or clunking sound from under your car may indicate a worn universal joint at the drive shaft. Universal joint replacement may seem like a tall task, but it can be done by a novice mechanic with regular tools.