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Old 01-09-2009, 07:48 PM   #1
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Squeaking Noises Help =[

Hey guys, posting for a friend :

"I have been having some problems with my car.
Just this morning I went to pick up my girlfriend and i noticed a squeaking noise.

Only when I turned my wheel to the left and the noise seems to be coming from the front passenger wheel. When im driving straight or turning the wheel to the right nothing happens..(but obviously once i turn the wheel to the right I have to countersteer to the left and it makes that noise.)


We took off the wheel today and everything seems to be okay.
Anyone have any similar experiences or know what it can be? "

seems like my car is a mess on the right side, my right side HID's are not working, my rear license plate LED is not working, my side passenger door is rattling, and how my right side wheel is making noises.. fu*king choked.
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check bushings. check upper ball joint bushing.

if the fit is like all the other hondas, the whole strut turns with the car.

try getting some silicone lube spray and spray down every bushing u can find.
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depending on the cars suspension setup. it could be the upper spring mount thrust bearings that have worn out.

if its an older honda, it could be the lower ball joints, but that will also have squeeks when you brake and turn left/right.
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