Suspension Related Problems of the 1999 Honda Accord

Table 1 shows nine common suspension related problems of the 1999 Honda Accord. The number one most common problem is related to the suspension (23 problems). The second most common problem is related to the sway bar (three problems).

  Recently reported Suspension problems of the 1999 Honda Accord

The Suspension problem

The front subframe is rusted through on one side only. It's the passenger side where the ac drain hose dips on the frame. The car is in otherwise good shape and doesn't present any real issues but the rust is so bad that it is making the car very unsafe.   Read details...

The Sway Bar problem

While trying to get cv shafts replaced, I was informed that my front subframe rear crossmember, specifically the passenger side, had rusted completely through the top half and was thus unsafe to drive.   Read details...

The Front Suspension Wheel Bearing problem

I took my 1999 Honda Accord ex (213,500 miles) to a Honda dealership service center for a front right wheel bearing replacement. Upon the technician removing the tire and working to replace the wheel bearing, it was noted that the front right side of the sub-frame was rotted out and noted the   Read details...


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