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Old 05-15-2012, 01:38 PM   #1
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Whistling Noise Frond End Honda Civic 1992

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I've always wanna ask about this.

I have a 1992 Civic HB. Everytime I carry 2 or 3 people to sit in the backseat there is this weird noise coming from my front end. and I think its from the driver side. I don't know how to describe the noise, but to me it sounds like a whistling-squeak-ish kind of noise. It is weird because I dont really hear it when Im driving by myself or with one person on the passenger seat. I just hear that noise when I have full passengers (2 or 3 at the back and 1 infront.)

And Im having a hard time trying to figure out what that is.
What do you guys think? I'd appreciate your help.
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don't let the fat ppl sit in the back ..it raises the front nose up making the wind noise
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shocks ? extra load may cause more stress to the potentially old shocks you have on there...
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extra load on the wheel bearings
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You must be running the Dwarf Power - whistling while they work.

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You must be running the Dwarf Power - whistling while they work.

Thanks for the replies guys.

I just got home from a drive with 3 other people tonight. And I hear that high pitch squeaking noise again on my driver side front end.

Im also thinking it's the shocks.. Im not sure though. It is just effin weird that I dont hear it when im driving alone.

Would the wheel bearing may also be the cause??

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You think so?
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