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1997 honda accord makes thumping noise while moving change axle,tire rod inner and outter and ball joints

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The fix is to replace the joint, so the axle shaft has to be removed from car. FYI, parts stores sell remanufactured axles complete with both inspected and re-booted joints on each end, and ready to install. The cost is not too expensive-cheaper than one new CV joint costs.

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I'd suggest you check the CV joints... for ANY PLAY at all...

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Okay, jack the front of the car up and apply ebrake, make sure front wheels are off the ground have some one inside the car start the car and place in drive and if the axle spins then it the axle check both sides you will see the inner joint spin or the shaft going to outter joint spin but not wheel, also with the car on the ground and in park if you can push the car while in park then its an axle that broke but if it doesnt move and you feel it locking up in park then it may be the trany,

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Possible Tie rod ends, inner or outters cause that type of noise, loose steering mount bolts in the undercarge, binding steering shaft and or binding movement of the half shaft .

Ball joints as well can make that noise, need to isolate the problem. Turn the vehicle off with the key in the ON position have someone move the wheel slightly side to side while u have your hand at the outter tie rod ends, then u will want to raise the front end up , and wiggle the wheel side to side to see if the inner tie rod ends have play or making the noise,.

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replace the entire CV axles. Support vehicle with jackstands by frame. Remove front wheels. Remove axle nuts. Remove lower balljoint nut. Separate balljoint from nuckle by banging hard with ball peen hammer on knuckle on spindle assy. Remove outer tie-rod nut. Separate tie-rod from steering nuckle by bangin on nuckle with ball-peen hammer. Use long pry bar to hold lower control arm down while simultaneously pulling hub/spindle assembly away from vehicle and pushing axle through hub toward transaxle. Go under vehicle and pry inner cv joint away from transaxle while holding axle assembly.
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Cv joint replacement giude on my 97 honda accord


to replace the cv shaft on a honda is real easy, remove the tire,remove the lower ball joint cotter pin and nut, remove the bolt that holds the strut to the lower control arm, remove the axle nut in the center of the hub. seperate the lower ball joint from the hub. pull out on the hud a little bit and tap the axle through the hub. tie the hub out of your way so you can work. place a pry bar between the axle and the trany and give it a good snap out, remove the old axle, when installing place the new axle in the transmission and hit the end of it with a dead blow hammer to make sure it seats, then put the axle through strut fork and into the hub reinstall all bolts and tighten. hope this helps good luck. this should only take about 45 min

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Remove tires,brake caliper,outter tie rod end,lower ball joint.Push down with heavy pry bar(may take two people)Of course remove axle nut,push the axle out of the spindle,while pulling outward on the spindle.Be sure the ball joint stud has cleared the spindle.Then take a medium pry bar and go between the inner axle knuckle and the trans,and kind of pry,,if you will pop the axle out with the pry bar,,pop when prying,hard to explain,but kind of pop it ,it will come out.

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Inspect your tires look at the tread, observe the wear across the tread, inspect the inner and outer side walls, look for bubbles, look at the rim look for damage. The more info you get the better.

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