Originally Posted by Blackedout95
An alignment after a tie rod change is a good idea lol, for some reason I feel compelled to tell you to do it after the rod swap just so you know.
The clunking could very well be a tie rod, bushings etc, the best idea was getting it in the air and going over each link and bushing on each side. Heck a worn front sway bar bushing is enough to cause a noise.
im replacing the tie rods aswell.. also my cv boot is ripped open so i gotta replace the rubber boot re grease and re seal.. whats the part called that it covers? i hear squeak scrunching too which means a bushing somewhere down there is faulty...aw jeez cant wait til this nighmare is over
2001 330 cabrio - current DD
1996 civic si w/b16a2 - sold
1994 325i cabrio - sold
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1993 honda civic dx coupe - sold
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