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Your 2006 Honda Civic might be the best vehicle you’ve ever owned. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the CV Quick Boot Kit product you desperately need.
We currently carry 5 CV Quick Boot Kit products to choose from for your 2006 Honda Civic, and our inventory prices range from as little as $24.99 up to $40.99.
On top of low prices, Advance Auto Parts offers 2 different trusted brands of CV Quick Boot Kit products for the 2006 Honda Civic. We only sell parts from trusted brands like Beck/Arnley so that you can find quality parts you can count on.
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Almost an exact fit, but it works great and solved my noisy fan problem.
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The Beck-Arnley brand is the OEM second-source for all submodels of Acura Integras. This CV boot is the SAME one (with a different distributor's name) as the one you would pay twice as much for at the dealership. It installed cleanly once the original was cut off and all of the 17-year old grease was removed & replaced (moly axle grease is included in package). To properly install the OEM-type CV boot bands, you NEED the KD3191 boot band clamp tool. It is available from a local Advance Auto store's commercial desk or online. The band is tricky so hopefully this will help you... 1.) Double wrap the band with the leg pointing towards the FRONT of the car. VERIFY before continuing. (When you bend it back it will then be facing the back of the car so it doesn't snag things--notice how your current boot bands look before removing the old boot). 2.) Once the band is snug-tight, use a sharpie to mark a line 1/2" (10-14mm) back from the loop. 3.) Use the GearWrench / KD3191 tool to cinch down the band until your line reaches the loop. 4.) Fold the band over the loop while very slightly relaxing the tension in the tightening lever. 5.) Use the cutting lever to shear off the excess metal band. 6.) Carefully fold the band over the loop and use a hammer to hammer down the holding tabs. 7.) Install axle back into vehicle taking care not to damage the new boot. If you drive an Integra, please invest in the right tools and buy quality parts, not cheap parts.
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