Hi folks, I had my 2016 75th Renegade (75k miles) in for an oil change at the dealer, and they noticed the front passenger side CV boot leaking fluid. They told me that on the Renegades they can't replace only the CV boot, they have to replace the entire axle on that side of the car, and the repair work would be about $1400. Yikes. I've had my CV boots repaired on my VW without replacing the entire axle, so I wanted to check with you all here and make sure this is legit. It seems crazy to me that there's no way to replace or repair the CV boot without replacing the whole axle. Is that right? We've had a 1.5" daystar lift with 1"wheel spacers on it for almost 2 years. I'm hoping that stress from the lift kit didn't contribute to the issue, but since the daystar kit is just a spacer kit that uses the stock suspension, that shouldn't put any extra stress on the CV joint, right? Thanks for any insight you all can offer!