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  • Ddouglas3
    Ddouglas3 - 1993 Honda Civic - Steering & Suspension - 11/7/2012
    Where is the inner and outer control arm bushings on a 93 Honda civic
     
  • john
    john - 2007 Honda Civic - Steering & Suspension - 11/5/2012
    Occasionally it will shutter like I'm going across a wooden bridge, then it goes back to normal. During steady driving.
    Lasts a few minutes. Don't feel it in steering.
     
    0 answer
  • alvinhquarles
    alvinhquarles - 1998 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 11/4/2012
    I want to flush & replace fluid in power steering unit. How much replacement fliud will I need to buy?
     
    • felplay auto repair.
      you can get that info at the auto parts store..
    • Joe Boulay
      11/4/2012 Joe Boulay
      Hello
      You need to use power steering fluid from Honda. Gunk makes a compatible fluid for Honda and Acura vehicles. around one pint or so should be enough.
      Joe
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  • travis
    travis - 2006 Honda Odyssey - Steering & Suspension - 10/31/2012
    What could cause steering wheel shaking.
    My 2006 Honda Odyssey has a shake in the steering wheel at low speeds and worsens at higher speeds. It also has load road noise but I believe it is due to the tires. I had the suspension checked out by a mechanic and both front wheels were "tight".
     
    0 answer
  • Duniar2
    Duniar2 - 2010 Honda Civic - Steering & Suspension - 10/30/2012
    I just purchased a Honda Civic 10' LX and after driving it the next I notice a clicking noise at the bottom front.
    It happens when I change to drive mode or. Backing up mode.
     
    0 answer
  • the batt
    the batt - 1995 Honda Civic - Steering & Suspension - 10/23/2012
    Squeaking sound when turning the wheel and small clunking sound.
    Sounds like it maybe coming from the belt?
     
    • Joe Boulay
      10/23/2012 Joe Boulay
      Hello
      Have you looked at the condition of the belt? Might there be a chunk missing from it?
      Joe
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  • jdm89
    jdm89 - 1999 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 10/22/2012
    How do I replace my 99 Honda Accord ex v6 coupe axel?
    Well I just need to find out how to replace my axel since every time I make a turn you hear a clicking sound
     
    • Joe Boulay
      10/22/2012 Joe Boulay
      Hello
      Put vehicle up on hoist. Remove wheel that bad axle is connected to. Remove kotter pin for ball joint castle nut. remove castle nut on ball joint. Separate ball joint from lower control arm. remove axle nut. Separate outer axle joint from hub. Remove axle from transmission taking care not to damage output shaft seal at transmission . Install new axle, re assemble.
      Hope this helps
      Joe
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  • Tony201
    Tony201 - 1994 Honda Civic - Steering & Suspension - 10/18/2012
    What is this part called?
    I thought what I needed was a cv axle but after looking at the part online it's not...could someone tell me what this part is and what it's job is thank you
     
    • RC
      10/18/2012 RC
      Looks like the steering rack & pinion
      RC
      10/18/2012 Tony201
      That was it thanx I need inner and out tie rods
  • shifftali
    shifftali - 2004 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 10/17/2012
    My front side driver side of the car is creaking terribly.
    . last year december 2011 i brought my car to my mechanic for i was experiencing a terrible creaking, scraping and grinding noise coming from the front end of the car. i reserviced the entire front end of my v6 accord as per dealer's standard suggestion at app. 105k ...
     
    • clayton
      10/17/2012 clayton
      could be wheel bearings lets check this out by jacking the car up and see if there is any movement out of the wheel if so could be bearing. also lets check the brakes to determine if thats it sounds to me like a bearing thou
    • HouseCallAuto
      10/17/2012 HouseCallAuto
      You have a bad ball joint on the driver side most likely. You mentioned tie rods and motor mounts, no mention of ball joints. if the creaking happens while turning the steer wheel with the car not moving, that would especially confirm the ball joint. Bad wheel bearings tend to make a humming noise when they are bad, ball joints creak like a rusty door hinge, Bushings in control arms can creak also but usually only when hitting bumps. ball joints creak when hitting dips in the road where the suspension has the most travel and when you make any kind of turn. My gut feeling says ball joint.
  • Fritz
    Fritz - 2004 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 10/9/2012
    Does Honda Accord 04 6 cylinder come with a shocks or Struts and the best time I can change them.
    Shocks and struts
     
    0 answer
  • Brian
    Brian - 2004 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 10/8/2012
    Key will not turn in ignition
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      10/8/2012 HouseCallAuto
      Most likely cause is a bad lock cylinder. If the key will not turn even just once more, that will also require the lock cylinder housing to be replaced as well since by design, the lock cylinder can only be removed when the key is placed in the "run" position.
  • Sharon
    Sharon - 2006 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 10/7/2012
    When I make sharp turns I hear a loud screeching noise. What could be causing that?
    It typicially happens while in the parking garage at my job. I park on one of the higher floors and with each turn as I go down each level, I hear this load screeching noise, but only turning turns. It sounds like it is coming from the front part of the car.
     
    • Joe Boulay
      10/7/2012 Joe Boulay
      Hi There
      Sounds like you might have a wear indicator on your brake pads contacting the rotor. i suggest you get your brakes inspected to start with. Hope this helps.
      Joe
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  • andrew
    andrew - 1998 Honda Civic - Steering & Suspension - 10/7/2012
    I recently was in a collision and now my left driver side tire is pushed against my wheel well. what should i replace?
    i replace axle, tie rod ends. lower control arm looks fine
     
    • Bill
      10/7/2012 Bill
      How about the upper control arm Andrew?
  • wonbyjesus
    wonbyjesus - 1995 Honda Civic - Steering & Suspension - 10/7/2012
    Is my tire size of 195/60r14 too big for my 1995 Honda Civic Ex?
    My tires rub against the tirewell when I turn my wheels!
     
    • Joe Boulay
      10/7/2012 Joe Boulay
      Hello
      Your recommended tire size should be on a sticker located on the "B" Pillar.
      Joe
      joe@joeboulay.com
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  • mlew
    mlew - 1998 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 9/30/2012
    Why is car still pulling to the right?
    Car has been pulling right for a while. New wheels, tires, springs, struts, front brakes & rotors. 2 "alignments" done. Still pulling R. Tie rod? Control arm?
     
    • wrenchin
      9/23/2012 wrenchin
      loose or defective wheel bearings
      loose brake backing plate
      loose caliper mount
      plugged brake line\
      tire pressures incorrect
      caliper sticking
      wheel alignment
      weak suspension spring
      weak or broked shock absorber
      grease or brake fluid on pads or brake lining
    • HouseCallAuto
      9/23/2012 HouseCallAuto
      If moving the tires front to back has no change on the pull to the right (confirm) then i suspect that either you have an alignment angle that is off (specifically caster) which is not adjustable on Accord or there is a power steering issue. Try driving the car (be careful with this) and while the car is pulling, turn the engine off but just turn the key one click back carefully as you do not want the steering wheel to become locked as it does when you park the car and take the key out. if the ppull goes away then the rack and pinion is the cause. Just another thing to rule out. the person that does the alignment must be told ahead of time about the car pulling so that he pays close attention to whether caster is out of specs or not. there can be other causes of a pull but I just want to go a step at a time. I am also assuming that the car pulls without your foot on the brake pedal.
    • wonbyjesus
      9/30/2012 wonbyjesus
      check your tire pressure and have your wheel alignment checked and your suspension checked and tire size checked.
 
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