Knocking sound while turning steering in Honda civic 2010
I recently bought a Honda civic 2010 lx from a dealer in NY. I got 2 months Lemon law
warranty. After driving around 100 miles in 10 days of time, I started getting knocking
sound while turning the steering left or right while driving. This knocking sound is audible
inside the car. I am not sure what's the cause of this but it looks like it's coming from the
shaft connecting the steering. As per my reading it should be covered in lemon law
warranty but dealer is reluctant to cover it under warranty as I have declined the
extended warranty from them.
Please suggest if somebody has seen this kind of issue in Honda civic. Also, if anybody
has escalated the lemon' slaw warranty.
the rubber boot around your drive shaft axles is broken. the grease came out from them and they make noise when you turn
Thanks. Can I get this done under lemon law warranty.if done outside warranty, how much damage should I expect.
Forget lemon law, you declined and its 41/2 years old ,Its a Honda not a rolls. May also be a loose wheel
Hi jimmy, I declined the extended warranty from Dealer as I am having left over Drive Train warranty (5yrs/ 60K miles) from Honda.
Oh, well talk to the Honda service, a moving part is part of the drive train, Honda public relations have done some incredible adjustments in the past I hear. good luck, j7
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