The rattling sound in the front of a 1995 Honda Civic wheels can be caused by wheel bearings. These bearing allow the wheel to turn and when they fail the produce a loud noise.
When a hub bearing is broken it will create a rattling sound as the wheels spin. The after a car accelerates the louder the hub bearings will sound.
Your valves need adjustment. Take it to your preferred mechanic.
I have the same problem with my 1997 civic Dx
There are two types of wheels for the Honda Civic. The two types are alloy wheels and steel wheels. Alloy wheels are considered more stylish, lightweight, and durable than steel wheels.
Honda civic 1997 comes out with 175/65r14 size 14inch wheels Honda civic 1997 comes out with 175/65r14 size 14inch wheels
A rumbling sound when a Civic Hybrid is accelerating could be due to an exhaust leak. When there is an exhaust leak too close to the manifold it can create a deeper rumbling noise.
Check the cover on the catalytic converter or it could be the throw out bearing
There is enough room on a standard 2001 Honda Civic to put wheels as big as 17 inches. The 15 inch wheels will fit perfectly.
yes they if they are universal or Honda rims
Differnt wheels is about all the difference.