You should check the struts.
Driving, turning, and stopping. Thats about it.
Try sprinkling talcum powder over it then sweeping it up. It should get between the cracks and stop the squeaking.
My 2004 accord runs great however 2 or three times it has skipped at highway speed. Is something going on I should be aware of.
Of course that depends on how you drive and where. I, myself own a 2004 Honda Accord V-6 and I get 31 mpg strictly highway driving and around 23 mpg in the city. Mixed driving I average around 26 mpg. A four-cylinder should get about two more miles per gallon in each category.
Sounds like your front-end bushings may need to be replaced. Without the proper tools you should consult a mechanic.
It sounds like you have a bearing prob. replacing and repacking with grease should take care of your proublem.
Most likely the Ignition Switch. Honda issued a recall on this so if you haven't gotten the recall repair it should be free
What should you do before driving
Take off the emergency brake, and always put on your blinkers to tell others which way you are turning.
A replacement hip should not be squeaking. Contact your surgeon regarding this. There may be a recall on the replacement hip, or there may be a more simple solution. Do not assume that this is normal.
altinator belt Check your belt, make sure vehicle is turned off, use a bar of soap and grease down your belt. This should do the trick if not you have elimanated a possibility. Good luck!
Yes, they should be interchangeable.
Yes, it should.
check the relay / check the temp sensor / try turning the fan on by turning on the AC - fan should come on when the AC compresor turns on /
You should have your hip checked annually with an x-ray to look for wear. Squeaking can also be linked to ceramic on ceramic implants.
Yes, they should fit.
A driver always need a mirrors for driving because they can look at back of the car and for turning right or left. constance's answer
If it is like mine--the squeaking will eventually occur all of the time while driving. I had to change the universal joints on the drive shaft at 70,000 miles. GM should be ashamed, with gas prices as high as they are, every mile on this truck has been driven gently.
You should change the oil/filter at least every 7,500 miles according to Honda. I would recommend every 5,000 miles unless you do mostly highway driving.
Sometimes things such as sand will get into your brakes and cause the squeaking noise. In other instances, it might something mechanical beginning to fail. Regardless of the cause, if the noise continues you should see your mechanic!
Sneezing and/or squeaking aren't characteristics of pregnant mice, this means it is possible that the mouse is sick and you may want to consider taking it to the vet. If the mouse has given birth then squeaking is very, very common from the baby mice as they 'talk' to their mother (mouse) so they can get fed and looked after.
Yes, it should be a perfect fit.
Could be the multiplex unit. There was a recall for this item so you should check with the dealer. Also could be a short or loose connection.