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Morris 1300 CV boot replacement
Why do Morris CV boots need to be replaced?
The constant velocity (CV) shafts on your Morris 1300 allow the drive produced from the engine and transmission to be transferred to the wheels, which propels the car forward.
These joints have a special rubber boot, known as a CV Boot, that protects them from the elements and keeps the special lubricating grease from slinging everywhere when you are driving.
These boots can fail over time, and need to be replaced to ensure the CV joint doesn’t fail, leaving your Morris 1300 stranded on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck.
The average price for a CV boot replacement starts around the $120 mark and can extend to $300+ depending on your transmission type.
A CV boot is a lesser expense to a Morris 1300 CV joint replacement which is what will be needed if the CV boot isn't replaced if damaged.