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Old 12 May 2006, 08:27 pm
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Default Knock When Coasting

Hello, I have a 98 Civic DX 5 spd that has a knock when I am coasting.
It stops when I brake, or accelerate, or if I press in the clutch.
Does anybody have any Idea what this could be? I have heard it can be
the bearings, cv joints, or a warped rotor. The car also sorta rumbles
if I accelerate too much in 1st gear. Any help on this would be
really appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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Old 12 May 2006, 10:12 pm
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ftdn wrote:
> Hello, I have a 98 Civic DX 5 spd that has a knock when I am coasting.
> It stops when I brake, or accelerate, or if I press in the clutch.
> Does anybody have any Idea what this could be? I have heard it can be
> the bearings, cv joints, or a warped rotor. The car also sorta rumbles
> if I accelerate too much in 1st gear. Any help on this would be
> really appreciated. Thanks in advance!
>

check your motor mounts.
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Old 12 May 2006, 11:19 pm
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In article <1147483638.197862.4140@g10g2000cwb.googlegroups.c om>, "ftdn"
<john.michael.fiallos@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello, I have a 98 Civic DX 5 spd that has a knock when I am coasting.
It stops when I brake, or accelerate, or if I press in the clutch.
Does anybody have any Idea what this could be? I have heard it can be
the bearings, cv joints, or a warped rotor. The car also sorta rumbles
if I accelerate too much in 1st gear. Any help on this would be
really appreciated. Thanks in advance!

If the timing is not set correctly--it can cause pinging and knocking
problems.
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Old 13 May 2006, 08:53 am
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"ftdn" <john.michael.fiallos@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hello, I have a 98 Civic DX 5 spd that has a knock when I am coasting.
> It stops when I brake, or accelerate, or if I press in the clutch.
> Does anybody have any Idea what this could be? I have heard it can be
> the bearings, cv joints, or a warped rotor. The car also sorta rumbles
> if I accelerate too much in 1st gear. Any help on this would be
> really appreciated. Thanks in advance!
>

I vote for the CV joints. Basic inspection is easy, but there have been a
lot of reports of noisy CV joints in Hondas without the boots being torn.
Raising one front wheel at a time and rotating the wheel while feeling
carefully for lumpiness may offer a clue. I'd turn my attention away from
the bearings because the noise is dependent on the torque, and bearings
typically don't care about that.

Mike


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Old 13 May 2006, 09:59 am
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ftdn wrote:
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> Hello, I have a 98 Civic DX 5 spd that has a knock when I am coasting.
> It stops when I brake, or accelerate, or if I press in the clutch.
> Does anybody have any Idea what this could be? I have heard it can be
> the bearings, cv joints, or a warped rotor. The car also sorta rumbles
> if I accelerate too much in 1st gear. Any help on this would be
> really appreciated. Thanks in advance!



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I might vote for the inner CV joints, since they flex so little they
don't show up the way the outers do. A google (groups) search might find
lots more.

'Curly'
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Old 13 May 2006, 12:30 pm
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Default Re: Knock When Coasting

or loose lug nuts

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Old 14 May 2006, 11:27 pm
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"ftdn" <john.michael.fiallos@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> or loose lug nuts
>

Good point - uncommon enough to be overlooked, easy to check and a real
nightmare if left unfixed.

Mike


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