my tires wear out in less than a mont

Asked by Jun 11, 2012 at 11:19 PM about the 1988 Honda Civic DX Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

when i drive my car it sounds like it makes this squeak noise like my tire is breaking. with than a week my
two front tires are all wear out seriously.


7 Answers

1,745

Get them balanced and aligned

5

Buy a pair of decent tyres and have an aligment.

635

the gas pedal and brake pedal are not connected, both do not need to be pressed to make the car go forward. make sure that the brake pedal does not get stuck down at all. and get an alignment and some good tires. another possibility is that the bearing is so worn that it is not allowing the tire to spin

35

either bearing are both bad causing the tires to wear unevenly also the camber or caster could be wrong best thing to do replace your tires and get a wheel alignment done!!

One Week!?? You have some SERIOUS issues,with your front-end..Have it checked out,before you kill yourself,or some one else!!! Turn your steering wheel,so it goes straight.now-look at your wheels.They BOTH should look like they are straight..ONE WEEK!! I bet,they are pointing,in opposite directions!!

4,545

go to a mechanic and have it looked it!! theres probably different things wrong with your front end. bad shocks, bad tie rod ends, wheel bearings, control arm bushings. the list can go on. or you could slow down around turns and stop peeling out.

1,715

alignment and rotation... one week's time? its a serious suspension problem... get your camber checked and tires rotted too...

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