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Old 07-11-2005, 09:45 PM   #1
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alright, i just got into a minor accident...undertseered onto a curb anmd into a steel fence at about 30MPH and teared ap[art my front bumper, loosened a few screws, and have really bad alignment(caster mostly)..well, whenver i put it into reverse the car shakes furiously..im thining it myte be aloose mount?? but i dunno, im really clueless...so any ideas wud help..its a 95 accord LX auto btw
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Old 07-12-2005, 02:25 PM   #2
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Id check your mounts as you said. That would be the first thing. Check out your joints, suspension and etc. You might have to replace some of those parts.
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Old 07-12-2005, 10:26 PM   #4
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Id check your mounts as you said. That would be the first thing. Check out your joints, suspension and etc. You might have to replace some of those parts.
if it is a loose mount why does it only shake in reverse?? o, and one of my fans is hitting this metal thing, cud the impact have pushed my radiator closer towards my engine? if so, wut wud have been bent and how wud i fix it...
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Well to check your engine mount you need to see if your engine moves excessively in the engine compartment. Usually having a buddy help you out to check it out helps. Your buddy would need to hit the accel in park or neutral whichever and check the engine movement. Since u said in reverse get someone to shift into reverse and lv it there while tryin to find wher the shakin comin from. Make sure his foot stays on the brake. What is this metal thing you fan is hitting can you take a pic of it?
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What is this metal thing you fan is hitting can you take a pic of it?
yea, i can take a pic...i'll try ti get a pic up within a weeks time...thanks for the help so far though
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