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My 2005 Honda civic makes like a humming noise when I'm driving it it sounds like it comes from the tires but I'm not sure is it because of the rims it has or is it sumthing else ?

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I think this is my only complaint about this car (my wife misses not having a thermometer). They are famous for tire road noise and it is often mentioned in reviews.

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A possible cause can be unbalanced tires or a rim problem. Have you hit any pot holes lately? Good luck! If there is a vibration in the steering wheel at higher speeds that is usually the indicator.

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I have 2002 honda civic with noise coming from rear sounds like a noisey wheel bearing have jacked up both sides and spun wheels with no sign of noise .


Check Tires for feather edge. Join your fingers together, move around the rear Tire from front to back and vice versa on both of the rear Tires and feel the smoothness. If the tread of the Tire resist the fingers in one direction and smooth on the other, then the Tires may be producing the abnormal noise.
Temporarily bring both the front Tires to the rear and rear Tires to the front on the same side, drive the car and watch the noise. If the noise begins to come from the front end, then the Tires are defective and need replacement. . If the noise still comes from the rear wheels then the rear wheel bearings need replacement.(You can also rotate the Tires in criss cross manner temporarily)
The bearings often vary noise with and without load. Be sure to troubleshoot the noise before spending money on costlier spares.

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Humming noise at highway speeds. Gas and brake peddle have a vibration when driving


Sounds like you have a bad tire. Or have lost a wheel weight and a tire is out of balance.

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I have removed the lug nuts on my civic and can`t remove the flat tire.


go to the tire and stand in front of it, make sure the car is supported real good by the jack, and then turn around, face away from the tire, and raise your foot and use the heel of your shoe to kick the tire around the outside of the RIM to knock the rim away from the hub. It should come off with 3 or 4 good strong kicks.

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Front right tire makes a grinding noise , hub assembly has been replace problem stills there, what will be the problem?


It could be a lemon replacement hub or it could actually be the tire. Check the tires tread for irregular wear patterns. If the hub was loose prior to change this could easily cause the tire to wear in a "choppy" fashion which can also cause a rough humming sound that I have often heard customers refer to as a grinding sound.

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Wheel rub at high speeds.


It sounds like a bad bearing on the right side hub. you can check this by raising the front of the car till the tires are off the grond. Grab the tire and try to wiggle it up and down and front to back if there is any play replace the bearing. check both sides

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It's the brakes wear indicator telling you that the brakes need changing.

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