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  • mark
    mark - 1993 Honda Prelude - Steering & Suspension - 9/8/2012
    My steering wheel shake badly above 55mph
    I have a quetion about my 93 honda prelude 4ws si. If I go on the freeway and running above 55mph when i step on the break the steering wheel shakes badly. But when i drive it on the street the steering wheel is fine. I recently change the master cylinder, all 4 ...
    • HouseCallAuto
      9/7/2012 HouseCallAuto
      There is still a problem with the front rotors for sure, about the only thing that could feel similar to this is a very worn tie rod end but I doubt it. The rotors have to sit flush against the wheel hub without binding on the hub to rotor center hole because of rust or scale buildup.
      9/8/2012 mark
      So you think its the rotors then..
      9/8/2012 HouseCallAuto
      Yes but pay attention to what I said about the fit also.
    • Aaron
      9/8/2012 Aaron
      Yes definitly the rotors! You can find them cheap online and Do It Your Self. I am going to do a write up on How to do the rotors your self very soon on I just did a 02 Carolla and have pics to post they will be very simular. Also you dont need many tools, all you need is a ratchet basically!

      Heres a link about rotors and how its causes the car to shake and such check it out
      9/8/2012 mark
      Yah i know how to install a rotor
  • Gloria
    • HouseCallAuto
      9/7/2012 HouseCallAuto
      leave it alone and pay no attention to these ridiculous suggestions of replacing your power steering fluid for some package price of what..........49.95? $69.95? Power steering fluid is usually dark.
  • kenny
    kenny - 1998 Honda Civic - Steering & Suspension - 9/5/2012
    How I adjust the steering column I recently purchased. Its too long
    • rick
      9/5/2012 rick
      Where did you get it ? Hate to say but they fit or they don't . No adjustment . If it don't fit it's not the right one . Set it next to the old one and see whats different .
    • kenny
      9/5/2012 kenny
      I got it from S&W Auto the steering wheel shaft can be adjusted. Said they are all the same from 96 /2001
  • burse
    burse - 2006 Honda CR-V - Steering & Suspension - 9/2/2012
    Car vibrates like going over rumble strip at approx 40 mph-disappears going faster or slower doesn't matter level or not
    occurs very frequently. have new tires and balanced
    0 answer
  • Fitmeister
    Fitmeister - 2011 Honda Fit - Steering & Suspension - 9/2/2012
    Why does my car squeak when I go over the slightest bumps/dips?
    20,000 Mileage Megan Coilovers
    0 answer
  • emhestorff
    emhestorff - 2000 Honda Odyssey - Steering & Suspension - 9/1/2012
    Car shakes when we hit 58 mph
    Car shakes
    • Ray
      9/1/2012 Ray
      did you hit something to break a belt in your tire? make sure lug nuts are tight. build up of mud snow etc in your rims will cause this. clean out with hose or wire brush
  • Roger Rafuls
    Roger Rafuls - 1998 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 8/21/2012
    Cv joints
    0 answer
  • Mark
    Mark - 2006 Honda Ridgeline - Steering & Suspension - 8/20/2012
    Have a creaking noise while driving slow
    Sounds like a strut making noise
    0 answer
  • accord416
    accord416 - 2005 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 8/19/2012
    Why is my car understeering at highway speeds?
    I've notice whenever I've got passengers in the back my car tends to understeer at highway speeds. 2005 Honda accord 2.4cyl engine 4d
    • Mark A.M.D
      8/19/2012 Mark A.M.D
      Weight will always effect the handling of a vehicle. You drive in it all day mostly by yourself and you become acustomed to it, Get a few people in it and you'll notice a slight lack in power, Steering and braking changes. More bodyroll etc. Its just the laws of physics. A heavier object will always build up more momentum, Take longer to accelerate and longer to slow down.
  • Tina
    • Jimm
      4/15/2012 Jimm
      Several possibilities; faulty water pump bearing, faulty alternator bearing, faulty idler / belt tensioner pulley. First step, raise the hood, start the engine in Park or Neutral and then just listen for the same sound at the front of the engine for the noise.
    • Henz
      8/18/2012 Henz
      I had the same problem too. It was the belt tensioner.
  • Lou03
    Lou03 - 2000 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 8/15/2012
    How to change front wheel bearings and balljoints?
    Bearing making too much noise and ball joints are worn too much play..
    0 answer
  • jue22gar!
    jue22gar! - 1990 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 8/12/2012
    My car will only turn left its hard to turn right is this my poer steering or rack and pins?
    0 answer
  • jem
    jem - 1996 Honda Passport - Steering & Suspension - 8/11/2012
    Will this vehicle require struts or
    • Jimm
      8/11/2012 Jimm
      This vehicle has front and rear shock absorbers. Try the many on-line auto parts sources, such as; or They (Rock Auto) list the front shocks for around $9.50 each, and the rear shocks for around $13.70 for your vehicle.
  • ngnovak
    ngnovak - 1998 Honda Odyssey - Steering & Suspension - 8/10/2012
    I get a sound like a thunk or pop when I turn left.
    • Jimm
      8/10/2012 Jimm
      Several possibilities; faulty / worn CV joint halfshaft, faulty / worn wheel bearing, faulty / worn suspension bushing, faulty / worn shock or strut bushing. Try the 'How-To-Guides' feature on the AutoMD website for the specific steps to inspect and diagnose suspension noises and wear.
  • karen
    karen - 2008 Honda Accord - Steering & Suspension - 8/10/2012
    What causes my steering wheel to shake when braking?
    When going down hill and braking my steering starts to shake. Does this have anything to do with needing brakes or power steering fluid?
    • Jimm
      8/10/2012 Jimm
      Usually, the vibration while braking is due to warped front brake rotors. Simply replace them and the problem will be resolved. When replacing the front brake rotors, be sure to also replace the wheel seal (one at each side) and the wheel bearings at the same time.
      Try the many on-line auto parts sources, such as; or for the replacement parts.
      For example, they (Rock Auto) list the front brake rotor from around $16.00 and the wheel bearing from around $44.00 each - for your vehicle. Recommend to stick with name brands and the best quality parts for the brakes; look for; Raybestos, Timken, SKF, Bendix, Wagner, and Beck Arnley.
      Try the 'How-To-Guides' feature on the AutoMD website for the specific steps to replace the brake rotors - it's not a difficult task.
      8/10/2012 karen
      Thank you so much. I know I am needing knew front brakes I guess it's time to take care of it all. Appreciate your feed back.