Question about 1997 Honda Civic
The car was lowered when i bought it and i put the origianl springs back on the car now the has a lean to it on the drivers side are the springs different do i need to switch springs on the front of the car will that help ? or i will be weasting my time could i put some spring spacers in the spring on the drivers side will that help or will that cause moore problems.please help
The front springs are different from the rear,it sound like you may have the front springs on the driver side and the rear springs on the passenger side (or visa versa)You will be able to see the longer 2 of the set,They go in the rear and are not as thick or stiff as the front.
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