Drive Shafts, U-Joints, Struts, and CV Axles

For the best performance and drivability of your vehicle, it is of utmost importance to have your drive shaft, axles, and CV joints regularly maintained. These parts are all integral for a properly running vehicle. The drive shaft is made of aluminum or steel and connects the transmission through the CV joints, which then transfer torque from the transmission to the wheels at a constant speed. Over time, your vehicle’s drive shafts, CV joints, and axles will need some maintenance and possible replacing. Signs to look out for that your drive shaft, axles, or joints need to be serviced are clicking or clunking noises, vibrations during accelerating, and turning or steering issues.

To schedule an appointment, give us a call at Jack Smith’s Transmission and Automotive Services at 828-252-4792, or visit us at our location: 240 Biltmore Avenue Asheville, NC 28801.

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What People Are Saying

I was fortunate to find them when I was there for a quick weekend trip to see a friend. Being from out of town it's always scary to have a car break down, however, Tom worked quickly to take care of a pretty big deal and have me on the road to get home safely!! A big thank you!! My next visit I will have to come say hi again!!
Mary Jo Herold
I had my Lexus transmission rebuilt at Jack Smith and now it shifts like butter. Not only did they exceed the estimate on time, but were under the estimate on cost as well. We here at the Organic Mechanic have used Jack for transmission rebuilds for many years and they always stand behind the work and are a pleasure to do business with. Thanks again for the great work!!!
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These guys are great and they really know their stuff. I work with a non profit that fixes donated cars for placement with local families in need, called Wheels 4 Hope- and Jack Smith Transmission has been a key player in our success. They are highly skilled, honest, and friendly. Taking your car to Jack Smith's helps Wheels4Hope to help local people get cars so they can to work!
Mike Campbell