Might just need a front end alignment or maybe balance and rotate your tires.
I would be suspicious of the CV joints.
If it's ONLY during acceleration I'd check the CV joints first.
sounds like the right front motor mount .i replaced mine and the clunking sound went away
ignition related misfire have you had a tune-up lately?
During forward acceleration on any vehicle (front wheel drive or otherwise), more of the vehicles weight is transferred to the rear of the car, making the rear of the car heavier. This is undesirable in a front wheel drive car because there is less weight over the drive wheels to produce traction (causing the front wheels to spin)
typically you want a a smaller sprocket in back and bigger one in front.. bigger one in back with stock in front will cause quicker acceleration small on back and big in front will cause you more speed but if you put a smaller one in back put a bigger one in front
AnswerNoises have to be heard to correctly diagnoise. TAke it to a garage. But a good place to look for a noise when the driveline is under torque ( accel and turning) would be the CV axles.
It is your a/c compreser.. It can lock your motor up.. I have same problem when i turn air on.. drives fine without it on
To the FRONT of the vehicle
not usually. warped rotors will cause a vibration during braking.
For most civics its the same, 3x2 in the front and 6x9's in the back behind the passengers.
Wheels require balancing.
Check the CV Joints both inner and outer. Probally a boot has failed and the joint has loss all grease.
It is possible you need to have the front wheels balanced. Unbalanced wheels will cause vibrations at certain speeds.
The defective sway bar link can cause the clunking or the rattling of the noise from the front suspension during the low speed driving.
The cause of the whining noise in the front end of a 2004 supercharged Monte Carlo, especially during cold weather, is the idler pulley. This is located at the driver's side of the engine between the alternator and a/c pump.
all civics are front or 4wheel drive and only the civic shuttle was 4wd which was only availble from 85-91 the civic van is the shuttle
My guess would be that you might have a bad brake hose to one of the front calipers.
The key to better acceleration or higher top speed is ratios, but if you change to a smaller sprocket at both ends the changes will cancel each other out and leave you pretty much where you started. If you want faster acceleration go for a smaller front or for a bigger rear.
cold front, warm front, concluded front, and stationary front.
If its a front wheel drive, your cv joint. Another likely cause could be loose lug nuts on your wheel.
Clouds are formed during warm front when it condenses....
Sports car's have powerful engines . So if the engine it attached to the front wheels then front wheel's would have to the acceleration as well as the steering which would spoil the handling especially during turning fast (the reason front engine car screech during turing fast). Now putting the engine at the back and connecting it to the rear wheels , the rear wheels would do the job of accelerating , and the front wheels would be free to do the steering part .
Save Check freeplay in Constant Velocity Joints.