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When did Honda stop making the Honda Stream?
Honda stopped production of the Honda Stream in 2014 for the Japanese and Singaporean markets. It was still on sale in Malaysia until it was discontinued in that country in 2015. In Japan and Singapore however, it was replaced by the Honda Jade .
Where can I buy a Honda Stream in Singapore?
In Singapore, the Honda Stream is available through the authorised distributor and parallel import. The parallel import Stream was launched slightly earlier than from the authorised distributor. It was available in the standard 1.8 model and also the higher spec RSZ model.
Why does my shock absorber make a clicking noise?
What you guys are hearing is the strut (shock absorber) rod/mount banging from side to side because all the nuts and bolts holding it in to place are a tiny bit loose from being worn out…and the clicking noise is the worn out top plate bearing that alows the spring and strut to turn at the same time. Or this could be the fix…
How to tell if a Honda shock absorber is genuine?
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Why does my car’s shock absorber make noise?
Because of the way your shocks are attached to the vehicle and the various parts included in them such as the reserve tube which is filled with hydraulic liquid and the pressure cylinder as well as a piston, bolts, and bushings there are a number of opportunities for things to go wrong.
What are the symptoms of a bad shock absorber?
There are a number of symptoms that can denote a problem with your shocks but the sounds that they make will be one of the first things that you can be aware of. In fact, there are several sounds that your car will make if they start going wrong so you might need to pay some close attention to figure out exactly what’s happening.
Why does my shocks make a rattling noise?
Bumps will cause the coil springs to vibrate against your vehicle chassis and that’s where the knocking sound comes from. Rattling Sound: There are a few different things in your vehicle that can cause a similar rattling sound, so you may have to rely on some other symptoms to help you piece together if this is precisely caused by your shocks.