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The two are fairly the same. The only "real" difference I'm seeing is the location/direction of the O2 sensor bung (after cat, so on the outlet side). You could easily check this on your vehicle against the one you purchased. All-in-all, bank two is usually the rear facing bank on an engine mounted sideways. The DAVCO 18158 appears to be the rear ...


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The lower front arm is definitely bent. You can see it in this photo - That curve shouldn’t be there. I would also check where it mounts to the subframe, because there could be damage there -


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I'm going to guess that it's at least the highlighted part. This is the "trailing arm" and it's what keeps the wheel pointing in the right direction. It appears from the photos that this part is bent or broken and is allowing the wheel to flop over. Unless you are familiar with working on suspension parts, I recommend that you have this towed to ...


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If the car was in an accident,an the front of the engine was hit ,then it could warp the crank.take the balancer off,start the engine,look at the nose on the crank.You will see it wobble if it's warped.


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A new 151R battery fixed the problem. The nuts that tighten both clamps to the battery posts seem to have been engineered to not tighten enough to hold onto the posts. The positive just barely holds, and the negative slips right off with no possibility of further tightening. Looks like it came from the factory this way.


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There's no adjustment for camber and caster, but that doesn't mean it shouldn't be checked. If the vehicle's camber/caster is out of alignment, that means there are bigger problems, such as worn out or damaged parts. Getting it checked will give you an idea of where your vehicle stands overall. If either one of these is out, there's a good chance you'll need ...


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I had a 2004 Honda Civic that had the speedometer drop to 0 while on the interstate. After a lot of searching, I found a way to do a test on the instrument cluster which ended up solving my problem. Here are the steps to perform a self test on the instrument cluster. This sounds crazy, but it does work. Honda/Acura Instrument Cluster Self-Test Insert the ...


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Can't comment yet, but I would like to add to the answers already given. There is a way to do an instrument cluster self-test. I had a 2004 Honda Civic that the speedometer just went to 0 driving down the interstate one day and this fixed it. Here's the steps: Honda/Acura Instrument Cluster Self-Test Insert the ignition key into the ignition lock. Leave it ...


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I believe the noise is coming from the motor that controls the headlight height adjustments. They can sometimes get into a state where they keep overshooting the set position and so the motor keeps going forward and backward. Try moving the knob that controls the headlight height position that will be on your dashboard somewhere to see if it stops making the ...


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