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Hi everyone, this is my first time posting, and hope I can get some help.
I have a 1998 Honda accord LX 4cyl, automatic with 67000 miles.
I had my suspension fixed a few days ago which included shocks, shock mounts and sway bar bushings because the car was not handling bumps well. A day after I took the car home, I am hearing a strange ticking/popping noise from the front passenger side when I am braking at speeds less then 15 - 20 mph. (Ex - If I hard brake, there is no noise). I took it back to the place I had the repair, but I think they're going to try and tell me its unrelated to their repairs and it has something to do with the brakes. I really don't think this is the case though. Can someone shed some light on the problem for me? Thank you so much

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Does your break pedal/steering wheel vibrate?
 

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Thanks for the speedy response, the steering wheel vibrates a bit at idle and I know this is due to my engine mounts and not the braking system. The brake pedal does not vibrate.
 

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Hi everyone, this is my first time posting, and hope I can get some help.
I have a 1998 Honda accord LX 4cyl, automatic with 67000 miles.
I had my suspension fixed a few days ago which included shocks, shock mounts and sway bar bushings because the car was not handling bumps well. A day after I took the car home, I am hearing a strange ticking/popping noise from the front passenger side when I am braking at speeds less then 15 - 20 mph. (Ex - If I hard brake, there is no noise). I took it back to the place I had the repair, but I think they're going to try and tell me its unrelated to their repairs and it has something to do with the brakes. I really don't think this is the case though. Can someone shed some light on the problem for me? Thank you so much -Sanjay
Something repaired/replaced is obviously LOOSE. Else improperly installed. Return your car to the shop that did the work for a thorough inspection...and correction.
 
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