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Question DetailsAsked on 7/25/2016

what's the repair cost on cv axles for a 1995 infiniti g20

The driver side is cracked and the passenger side just show wear.

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For both axles, parts run from about $100 to $450 (both sides) depending on whether cheapest available from an auto parts store on up to OEM - labor probably not less than $250 and up to $1000 range possibly at a dealer.

However - you say the driver side is cracked - do you mean the axle itself, or you pulled the boot off and the CV joint is cracked (meaning basically undriveable in either case) ? If you mean just the flexible boots, those are just a water and dirt covers for the joint itself and cost about $25-200 per side for a kit (aftermarket to OEM pricing). You would have to do some research on whether the whole axle and disc assembly has to come off to replace them - some vehicles boots can be replaced without total disassembly of the front driveline trains, others you have to remove wheel/disc, axle, and in some cases even partly disassemble the differential. So - labor for boot replacement might be around $200-500 IF replaceable without total removal, or about $300-1000 (general auto shop to Dealer) range if the whole front end has to be taken out to do the replacement - in which case I would seriously consider, for this age car, replacing the entire CV unit anyway while it is out, since you have already paid the labor for total removal.

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