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    My civic reborn 2007 gives out a noise at high speed. The noise becomes louder as the speed goes up. It really starts to be obvious at around 75Km/h. It's like a "Hmmmmmm" sound. At slow speeds, the sound becomes minimal and the engine is totally quite when the car is stationary.

    I thought the noise was due to wheel bearings and got them replaced the but the noise is still there.

    Has any one else had a similar problem with their reborn? What could be the reason behind the noise?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rizwantq View Post
    My civic reborn 2007 gives out a noise at high speed. The noise becomes louder as the speed goes up. It really starts to be obvious at around 75Km/h. It's like a "Hmmmmmm" sound. At slow speeds, the sound becomes minimal and the engine is totally quite when the car is stationary.

    I thought the noise was due to wheel bearings and got them replaced the but the noise is still there.

    Has any one else had a similar problem with their reborn? What could be the reason behind the noise?
    Might be issue with hard tires, which tires are you using and what size?

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    it could be due to wheel bearings,get it checked which side bearings are faulty ,single wheel hub cost around 6 to 7 thousand and add labour charges

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    check wheel bearing
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    check timing belt bearing
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    check whether the noise is at some specific speed or its at some specific RPM

    if its at speed then,
    wheel bearings

    if its at some specific RPM
    then check clutch bearing

    do share the the results/findings
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    check whether the noise is at some specific speed or its at some specific RPM

    if its at speed then,
    wheel bearings

    if its at some specific RPM
    then check clutch bearing

    do share the the results/findings
    dont u think wheel bearing sound is evident at speeds below 50 km/hr
    and as speed increases the sound gets continuous and merges with environmental sounds
    and it becomes difficult to differentiate.

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    timing belt bearing for sure

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    its surprising that the OP has stated that he replaced the wheel bearings and yet so many members are suggesting the same thing over.
    Rev the car while stationary, and check if the noise comes, then its a bearing in the engine if it doesn't, then it can be something from the transmission

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    @rizwantq visit nearest Honda 3S they won't take long to diagnose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rizwantq View Post
    My civic reborn 2007 gives out a noise at high speed. The noise becomes louder as the speed goes up. It really starts to be obvious at around 75Km/h. It's like a "Hmmmmmm" sound. At slow speeds, the sound becomes minimal and the engine is totally quite when the car is stationary.

    I thought the noise was due to wheel bearings and got them replaced the but the noise is still there.




    Has any one else had a similar problem with their reborn? What could be the reason behind the noise?

    Well the symptoms are exactly leading towards wheel bearing coz i have had the same condition with my civic and one of my wheel bearing was faulty..my car sound started after speed of 80 Km/hr......have u replaced all the four wheel hubs?.....replaced by new ones or kabuli?.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dayrider View Post
    its surprising that the OP has stated that he replaced the wheel bearings and yet so many members are suggesting the same thing over.
    Rev the car while stationary, and check if the noise comes, then its a bearing in the engine if it doesn't, then it can be something from the transmission
    read again what OP stated
    "I thought the noise was due to wheel bearings and got them replaced the but the noise is still there.

    Has any one else had a similar problem with their reborn? What could be the reason behind the noise?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    read again what OP stated
    "I thought the noise was due to wheel bearings and got them replaced the but the noise is still there.

    Has any one else had a similar problem with their reborn? What could be the reason behind the noise?"

    It clearly states that he changed his wheel bearings. But I am guessing that you are pointing towards the second part of his post where all are saying that by changing the wheel bearings of their cars, the problems went away

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