A CV joint is an important piece of machinery that connects your car’s transmission to the wheels. ‘CV’ stands for constant velocity, which refers to the car’s drive shaft which functions at a constant rotational speed.
Over time constant velocity joints can be subject to wear and tear and become damaged. They can also lose lubrication resulting in a loud clicking noise when turning around corners - this tends to be the first sign the machinery needs replacing. If your car has suspected constant velocity joint failure, it’s best to get the issue resolved as soon as possible to prevent further damage.