I drive a '04 Jetta TDI, but my wife drives a '05 Jetta GLI. Her steering rack went out a while ago and I finally got around to replacing it this weekend. After taking down the subframe, I noticed her passenger inner CV joint boot was ripped. Having replaced my CV joint boots a year ago, I knew what the process was. As I was putting on the replacement boot on, I noticed the cylinder where the boot connects (where the three bearing go into) to has these three divots inwards. Here is a picture of the driver inner boot to show the divot.
Have any of you guys heard of this/seen this before? if so, what's the specific joint boot part I need? I can't find the part anywhere.
I really would prefer to buy the CV joint boot rather than a new CV shaft...
Any help is appreciated. Thank you!