It is very likely front end out of alignment or the tie rod ends being bad or both.
i disagree - probably the tires are out of balance still or again - very rare for wheel misalignment to cause a shake - tie rod end shake would probably occur more frequently
get over 60 mph - put in neutral and see if shake still exists - thatll eliminate drivetrain possibilities
likely culprit: tires or rims - have looked at again
I agree with this answer 100%, alignment DOES NOT cause vibrations, go with the likely culprits
I agree, alignment is not a problem. Tie rods will cause a side-to-side vibration in the steering wheel and sometimes the body. Bad shocks will cause an up-and-down vibration in the whole vehicle, expecially on a rough road. A bad tire, i.e. one with a tread separation, will cause slight to severe vibration, and will still balance OK. I also once had a problem with an improperly installed wheel weight which fell off 5 miles after having the tires balanced.
What they said above is most likely the answer. I will also just throw out that it could be something as simple as the lug nuts are not fully tightened. Its hard to trust a dealer or mechanic.
My husband was having the same problem and it just kept getting worse. The problem was his '95 Honda Civic had a bad CVC joint and boot. It causes the car to shake badly. It will also cause the car to go out of alignment quickly. We are having to replace both front tires and the front right axle because of it. His car would start shaking at speeds of 75 mph or more. It just started shaking at the speed limit of 55-65 mph today. If this is your problem you might want to get it fixed before it gets worse.
they might need a little modification, but probably not much.
Might have slight differences. They are both in the 4th gen or EF class of civic. 88-91.
Spare parts for a Honda Civic can be purchased from your local Honda dealership. By purchasing from Honda you can ensure that the parts you receive are genuine and in the end will save you money.
NO! the Si only comes in stick (manual) transmission, and as of 2006, it is a six speed transmission. i had a honda civic si with a auto trans my civic was a 99 so it might not pretain to this but just thoght i would say that there is such thing as a honda civic si auto trans
A parking light on your 1998 Honda Civic might not work because the bulb is broken or because the fuse has blown. It might also have an issue with the wiring between the fuse and the bulb.
Yes, tons of them. Might want to specify what bearing your asking about.
under the steering wheel to the left. pull down. it'll pop down. might need a little bit of a tug though
If your 1994 Honda Civic is sputtering, it may be due to a clogged fuel line. Another possible cause is that one of the pistons isn't firing correctly. A tune up might be in order.
The engine is getting to hot in your 2002 Honda Civic for the temperature gauge to rise above normal. The back of fan might be failing.
you might die from carbon monoxide
It might be the brake pedal switch
A 1991 Honda Civic DX 1.5 liter engine starter might stick because the starter is damaged. The flywheel might be missing teeth which could cause the starter to stick.
According to Internet Buzz, it's supposed to happen in 2008. Consumer Reports already lists it under recommended convertibles. I saw that and thought "A convertible Civic?" It might be limited to a SI model though. Hope this helps!
You might be talking about the engine splash shield
I think it might be 0.30
Forums for the Honda Civic 1992-1995, can be found on many places. Places such as car selling websites or car building websites are a great place to start.
One can purchase new rims for a Honda Civic at most tire stores. One can visit a nearby tire shop, or call one by finding their number in the Yellow Pages.
In my point of veiw acuras are faster in every way but it depends how you customize your Honda if your going Honda civic SI u might get a lil bit of horses but acura beats Honda in anyway possible
The price of a Honda Civic usually depends on certain factors such as the condition and model of the car. Honda Civics are a middle-class car, and as such do not generally sell for very cheap brand new. However if you are looking for a reasonable price on a Honda Civic you might try your local reputable used car dealership.
You might need to change the fuel filter.
a new oxygen sensor might be needed
In my experience, all Civics on the road today have a sealed chassis. If it's old enough, it might have some. And if it has aftermarket tie rods it might as well. But OEM joints on a Civic from the last ~20 years have no zerks.
If you ran out of gas in your 1995 Honda Civic and you have refueled but now the car will not start, you might have an issue with the starter. Sometimes when you crank the car over and over, you damage the starter. You might also have a clogged fuel filter or a damaged fuel pump.
Might be a bad cv joint