no its standard ride hight.Hi
Barring the actual manufacturer
You should find plenty with the part number from ePER
GOOGLE that number.. there will be lots
Is the car lowered..? Grandes are naturally tall.. so they were not designed for different articulation
A joint a month was often quoted by the LOW contingent
I agree with eeeno. Unless inner joint has been off and badly reassembled they don't generally cause much problem as they don't have to move around so much as an outer joint.
the cv boot on the inner joint was split open when i bought the car.Are you sure it's the inner joint? Outer joints are the ones that make noise when turning.
Oops!the cv boot on the inner joint was split open when i bought the car.
i put a new one on ,and put a new outer cv joint on the same time.
would the passenger side inner cv joint fit on the right. the dealers are asking £260 for an inner joint for the right sideOops!
What can happen is when the joint is pulled out the cups on the inner joint drop off and the needles rollers come out, it will make the joint horrible and wobbly, it can happen when struggling on your own trying to relocate the inner end, not the first.
I don't have specific knowledge on that, I am sure someone else on the Forum will have.would the passenger side inner cv joint fit on the right. the dealers are asking £260 for an inner joint for the right side
just found a second hand one on ebay. will give that a try.I don't have specific knowledge on that, I am sure someone else on the Forum will have.
If the car is off the road, personally I would carefully take the shaft out, clean and strip it down to see where the damage is for sure. If nothing is broken it may be possible to find all the bits inside the CV boot and carefully reassemble it, I have done this in the past on older Peugeots etc.
Only do this if you are certain you are able, no disrespect, these shafts will be traveling at 70mph+.
Re the using the part from another side, if all in good order it may be possible to use the internals if the actual joint is not identical to your side, using plenty of proper CV joint grease on assembly (fun to get off your hands, sticks like s***)