Alright here's the thing that's bugging me. When I turn the wheel slowly I can hear a squeaky noise coming from my left front wheel, the inner tie rod has just been changed, and it seems to only appear after I've driven after 15-20 mins.
I have no clue what could be causing this. Can anybody help?
Also it's a '95 Civic
as they all said check that. has the care been re aligned after having the inner tie rode replaced? because it definitely should. if you can not find anything rubbing are the brake pads low/ because they will tend do squeal when the brake bad gets low like an indicator.
06 Rsx Type S I/H/E ...14.0@101
97 civic 4dr turbo
The car was realigned when the inner tie rod was replaced, and the whole front brake assembly is brand new. I got my friend to turn the wheel while I listened and it came from around where the tie rod is. I don't know what could be making that noise then.
I have a similar squeaking issue with mine, but I havn't got under it to take a look yet (car's too low). I have been told by a few people that lower ball joints are a common cause of this squeak in Civics
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