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I hav e new rear dampers and now got a bad knockon one side can yoe help

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Tighten the bolts.

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this car has 2 heating systems , one front and one rear. ill assume its front bad. (an option day1 )
one more option is (also not stated) is the fancy CLIMATE CONTROL , option. (got that?) im guessing yes.

this car has this (can) very complex CC system. with a thermostat
for both driver and passenger. see buttons, there?
ok ,so how does that work, (read the FSM it covers ops)
it must modulate the 3 ports (IIRC its 3) left , rear and right.
so the left valve is dead, there is a micro damper there.
if it the magic control senses (sensors) its too cold it opens this micro damper. about 3" size. and you get heat.
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what body, CE, LE, XLE or XLE limited?
this car has 2 system.s (option) front and rear, are both bad?
or just the front? you said only rest of van.
the front has 2 options, manual and auto controls panel.
which one you have?
i see no cables. that leaves damper motors or vacuum servos.
a real tech tests the controls, first. if they are good
he look in the FSM for the damper motor tests.
its there. and he hot wires it and finds, bingo, its bad.
and replaces it. labor can hit hr on dash pulls. 8hrs. work.

find another mech.
the parts are sold at Toyota. look there , in the parts sections
see it, see those parts.? sure are... there.... need help looking ask.
the dampers are bad.
a real mech finds out which damper is bad
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it's a bad damper, stuck or bad damper motor.
we call this HVAC, distribution failure.
all cars have dampers.
only how they move , varies by maker or year.
most honda use damper motors. (yours does)
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THE FSM covers this is vivid details. and tests.
get one at helm or off fleabay used.
or try

my online source is weak on this subsystem.
the FSM covers it.
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id make sure both work right
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  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of this section.

  2. Raise and support the vehicle safely. Remove the rear tires.

  3. Remove the flange bolt from the bottom of the damper.

  4. Remove the flange nuts from the bottom of the damper.

  5. Open the trunk and remove the access panel cover, if necessary.

  6. Remove the flange nuts from the top of the damper

  7. Remove the damper assembly from the vehicle.

    Exploded view of the rear suspension strut-2001-05 Civic
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To install:

  1. Position the damper assembly in the vehicle.


    Be aware of the direction of the damper mounting base so that the small hole dot on it is toward the front inside of the vehicle,

  2. Loosely install the flange nuts on the top of the damper.

  3. Loosely install the flange bolt on the bottom of the damper.

  4. Raise the suspension with a floor jack to load it with the vehicles weight before tightening the nuts and bolt.

  5. Continue the installation in the reverse order of the removal procedure.

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I need to replace my struts and rear shocks on my 2006 honda civic ex, 1.8 L. How can I get a view of how they are removed.

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