I replaced both my engine and transmission mounts to no avail. Then the tie rods. Sway bar and links looked good so didn’t mess with those. Replaced the ball joint. Still no change. Then I noticed something.
Honda built the control arm diagram to have multiple components. There is a rubber...
There is no way to depress them by hand unless you're Superman. I would reach out to them, since they are a company that does this all day long. Ours aren't even depressible by hand (maybe I'm just weak?).
OEM Tail Lights off of a 2018 Honda Civic Sport Touring Hatchback with 28,000 miles on it and include the hatch left and right lights as well as the quarter panel lights. I would let them go for $150.
Packed up in a styrofoam box. Can ship at buyers expense.
OEM Exhaust off of a 2018 Honda Civic Sport Touring Hatchback (FK7) + Frame Brace
Exhaust has only seen two days of snow. (Texas car)
Has 29,000 miles on it.
Comes with Front Pipe Ring Gasket (already installed on exhaust see photos)
Selling since I am moving and don’t need this exhaust in...
Yes, it was the AC Compressor. I replaced it and the noise is gone. After further inspection of the two removed side by side, it doesn’t seem to have anything wrong externally. So my guess is something internally is faulty.
My problem was this: my control arm was bent since the vehicle was in an accident. When I replaced the control arm, there is a small rubber washer that I was missing so the control arm had play in it when slowing down or speeding up at low speeds.
Selling my OEM 2018 Honda Civic Sport Touring Hatchback Exhaust + Subframe Brace
Only 28,000 miles on it. First come first serve.
Will deliver anywhere in a 50 mile radius from Minneapolis for an extra $50.
They will fit, but watch the videos I have on here. The quarter panel flexes due to the increase in too much power from the struts. The ones I was able to find that fit are from a lifting company. Here's the link they gave me...