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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-02-2016, 03:44 PM Thread Starter
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98 INTEGRA BUCKING/ Crazy sound HELP!!!

Hello everyone. I am hoping that all the years of expertise in this forum can possibly help me diagnose my car problem.

I have a 4 door acura integra 98 b18 LS . Basically when I let the clutch out, or turn I am getting a knocking/bucking in the whole car.

I replaced the AXLE and nothing changed.

last week, I noticed I would have small amount of gringding when changing gears with clutch completely depressed. Then when taking a right turn or over bumps, I would hear a real loud clunk/shift of metal feeling..

It felt like when driving down the road it would jump a little to the righg, when changing gears. Also a lttle shimmy when Breaking

I have had the car over 14 years, so this i a new sound to me. I am gonna tow it, but i was hoping to get an idea waht was wrong.

275,000 miles on the car and has been a great car. Im hoping to get it fixed.

ANY e help would be appreciated.

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The clipping gears could be throwout bearing or slave cylinder, as you mention in the video. You might check the trans lube too, just to rule it out

The jerking and clunk sound reminds me of how mine did when I had bad torque mounts (the small ones on L n R beneath the frame rail). It woukd jerk because the engine was rocking back and forth, and at certain load, gear, speed and rpms, there was a loud thrashing sound from the drivers axle.. I suppose because it was out of its proper alignment relative to the trans and steering knuckle. So id suggest checking those and the other large mounts that are under the hood.

From the video, it sounds a lot like my buddys Legacy, when his axle had separated inside the boot...causing a bind and metal thrashing sound. But you said you replaced the axle, so probably not the case

Other than that, as for the steering wheel issue, id look into your upper and lower balljoints first, and tie rods. From my experience, the rack may blow seals and bleed out its fluid, feeling like manual steering, but ive never seen one 'skip teeth'. There are also bushings on the rack that attach it to the subframe, so those may be worth inspecting too.

Just to rule it out, look over the settering column u joints and where it attaches to the steering gear.. Both are inside the car on the drivers side dash and floorboard

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Motor mounts, inner/outer tie rods, CV joints/axles, steering column, ball joints, rack and pinon, lower/upper control arm bushings, wheel bearing, or sway bar end links.

At least those are the top contenders for sounds like those.

Oh, and the least favorable, the trans has come apart on the inside. But seeing as you're mods are very mild, I see no reason why this would be the case.
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Did you ever figure out what the problem is??
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Did you ever figure out what the problem is??

No I need to get it towed somewhere soon. I have two integras so I have been driving my coupe. I will update soon hopefully
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Hey gang,
I said fuck it and drove my car to a few shops a mile or so down the road, I wa able to get the car up on a rack and check it out.

It looks like at this point my main problem is TRANSMISSION. I think I have broken teeth and bad syncros. While looking I also need Left Axle, sub shaft and carrier bearing.

I replaced the right inner tie rod and Right axle and that did not fix anyting previously.

SO, does anyone know erher a good place to get a transmission is? I would rather fix my car than get someting new.. I dunno though. I have 275,000 and im needed valve stem seals, AC compresser is shot, but overall its still a good running car.

PS I did notice a big tear in motot mount near right head light also


ANY ideas on whrer to get a 98 LS manual trans would be much apprecviated.

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Im getting a used tranny today with 145 thousand for 375 bucks. My friend is help me put it in, Hopefully it will help.

Question, are there any seals I should change out while swapping tranny? rear main seal etc..

I also found out my control arm is needing fixed on left side.

So tranny, left axle, drive shaft, carrier bearing and contol arm... damn,,
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Did you do BOTH axles? if so it's probly spider/side gears in the diff
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DUDES!!!! I got the used tranny for 375 and my freind helped me put it in for 200. I sold the old tranny already so I spent a total of 475 for Tranny and labor.

RESULT>>>> FIXED!!!!!! I need an alighnment pretty badly still thought. The Left side axle and drive shaft looked good upon re inspection and Torque mounts wer fine.


NO more bucking or erratic steering etc. Im so glad I found that Tranny on craigslist. Feels good to be back on the road.

THANKS everybody for the HELP .

TEG LIFE !! lol Cheers
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Nice to hear that your teggy is back in action!
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