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Old 09-27-2011, 06:25 PM   #1
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Default Clicking Noise during Slow Driving? HELP!!

I have an '06 Civic, and it makes clicking noises under the car when I drive (forward and reverse) 1-2 mph. It goes away when I drive at normal speeds, or maybe I can't hear it b/c of road noise. I checked the axle boots and they look fine. Does anyone have suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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do you have hub caps??
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look for a rock/screw/nail in one of your tires.
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I have hub caps, but it sounds like the noise is coming from under the car. I'll check the tires and caps. Thanks.
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Default Re: Clicking Noise during Slow Driving? HELP!!

Is it like a popping noise? IE inner tie rod or sway are link? If so check the bolts the hold the steering rack to the subframe. Tighten them up. I had an issue with my 08 si that fixed it for me. It was driving me crazy. I would get the noise if I rocked the steering wheel from side to side. I hope this is useful. Once you figure out the fix post it up.
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