I hace a 1994 honda accord sedan and ive replaced the brakes and when i turn the wheel to the right and sometimes driving straight there is a squeeling sound that doesnt quit when you turn right but it doesnt stop squeelind and it doesnt do it all the time going straight
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I have '99 accord LX 4cyl sedan and the ignition switch is a problem for these cars. I replaced my ignition 2 or 3 years ago because it would randomly shut off and sometimes not start back up right away. It only got worse until I fixed it, it would die on the highway or freeway sometimes. Haven't had that problem since. i think it cost like $240 or so. Also if you have an automatic, be careful, they are notoriously bad for going out after 100k miles. mine did and its an expensive fix. good luck.
When was the last time your brakes where replaced. Your rims can get hot sometimes even on short trips depending on how often you need to use your brakes. But if your pads are low and "burning up" you may want to look into getting them replaced before they cause rotor damage. You will also loose braking performance and loose stopping power.
The 2007 Honda Accord is equipped with four wheel disk brakes. Disk brakes wear down and require regular maintenance. Worn brake pads can cause squeeling and grinding noises, as well as reduced braking power. Improperly maintained brake pads can cause damage to the brake rotors as well as brake failure. Save on labor costs by replacing your own brake pads.www.lightdeal.co.uk
Pull the wheel,you will find that the brake pad,or after pulling the drum,the shoes are in bad shpe,if not ,check the wheel bearing,but my bet is the shoes,or pads are bad,do A brake job,it will most likely be the problem.
TRY TURNING STEERING WHEEL LEFT OR RIGHT WHILE TURNING KEY, especially if your wheels are turned to either side and is not straight. Turn to the same side that they wheels are turned to if they are not straight. If that doesn't work that ignition lock may be at fault and you will need to replace. Good Luck
you get all the lug nuts tight, the weight of the car on a loose lug can make that noise from the wheel, jack the car up and manually spin the tire, if you can give a more indepth description ill try to help, i have OnDemand5 if you have any other questions