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    Default Civic 95 noise from front wheel suspension

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    The front right wheel of my Civic 95 gives a rumbling sort of noise (grug-grug) when it goes over small bumps(cateyes etc). The shock absorber seems to be ok and there are no clicking or ticking noises when I turn the wheels either right or left. I had the right wheel outer boot replaced and filled with grease about 3 months ago and I inpected it visually yesterday and it was ok as was the inner boot. In addition, the left wheel gives no noise at all. The right wheel is also quiet when I drive over a level road even ojn turning. Could someone please diagnose the defect as I know that if I take it to a mechanic he will say 'godda change karo' instantly without any diagnosis. Plus can anyone recommend a good suspension guy in Karachi? Or should I go to a Honda dealership? Thanks

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    honda dealership will be a good option but i personally think that ur ends have finished. I had a civic 95 as well and gave me same problem. the machenic refurnished the ends and the noise disappeared.

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    Due to wear and tear, the bushings dry up or get torn, need to replace them. Replace them with good after market silicon bushes which will last a lot longer and give you a much stiffer ride too.
    "The value of life can be measured by how many times your soul has been deeply stirred." Soichiro Honda

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    Khan_hyd, Racerf1
    Thank you very much for the advice. I will InshAllah follow your instructions. Sorry about the delay in writing as I was extremely busy+Eid holidays.
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