Question about 2003 Honda Civic
Usually what I see when I encounter this type of problem is an out of balance or out of round tire, loose steering parts, loose suspension parts, or a combination of all three. I would start by having the tires inspected and spin balanced. A tire that has become out of round or has developed a bulge in it is often close to complete failure [flat or blowout] so I would have it checked out as soon as possible as it can be quite a safety hazard. It only takes a short amount of time to have the steering and suspension checked for any loose or worn parts while they are checking the tires so I would have that done at the same time. Good luck, hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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