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CV axle issue? 2005 Santa Fe with 166k miles

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    Recently I had new front and rear roll stoppers (engine mounts) replaced w/OEM parts. At the same time the left (drivers side) CV axle was replaced (with a brand new NAPA part) at a highly rated repair shop. Then I noticed the car started to pull to the right when accelerating. No pulling while coasting or decelerating . The car never pulled right while accelerating before the repair. I called the shop and they said they had never had a issue like this before with cv axle repairs. I made an appointment and returned the car a week later. A mechanic drove the car and the put the car in the shop and the shop owner said they will replace the left CV axle again. They said to drive it for a week or so. The car still pulls to the right while accelerating. Should I have the right side axle replaced now to see if that will even out the pulling symptom? Or could the motor mounts have caused some issues. I’m at a loss.

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