96' Hond Accord front end noise and pulling


Asked by Jan 07, 2016 at 12:06 PM about the 1996 Honda Accord DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi.  My steering wheel started pulling to the
right and the the front passenger wheel does
a clicking noise and the wheel sounds like
it's going to fall off. Any ideas?  Thanks.

3 Answers

Kelly Mayo

yes...but your going to have it looked at..like now?!

Best Answer

Ok, what are you thinking?


It can be a broken or worn out cvaxle shaft, ball joints, upper or lower ball joints, tie rod ends. Could also be shot brakes or wheel speed sensor or speed sensor ring causing the ABS brakes to engage on the right side. There is so much there that can be wrong & I am sure Kelly is remarking that you need to get it checked immediately. It could be any one or any combination of things that can go wrong and you had to have some kind of warning so don't wait any longer.

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