Common happening in my part of the world. Two mebbe three years, replacement
time...I did get 4 years out of the boots on my wife's Chrysler T&C but that
was after I convinced her to back into the garage at night and the same at
her workplace. Eliminates the need for a sharp turn right after she started
moving. That seemed to help. I did the same with my 86 Civic and got about 4
years, also. Of course, I was monitoring the boots condition closely so I
didn't have a joint failure.
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