Honda Civic Problem Report

Honda Civic Drivers Seat Bushings Can Wear Out

(23 reports)

On certain models the drivers seat bushings can wear out and the seat can rock back and forth. Replacing the bushings are needed to repair this issue.

Driver's seat bushings wear out. Took several attempts to convince dealer to repair. Happened by 60000 miles. -
My driver's seat rocks back and forth a little. I haven't fixed it yet. -
Driver seat rocks back and forth -
Bought car brand new off the lot in summer 2002. Drivers seat began rocking around 2005. Has not yet been fixed. -
Replacing the bushings is only a temporary fix due to the poor design of the seat adjustment mechanism. They will break again. There are more permanent DIY fixes on internet forums. -
seat rocks -
left it as-is for past 70000 miles. -
Seat rattles around when cornering, or rapidly braking or accelerating -
Seat is unstable and rocks. I had this fixed 7 years ago and need to have it fixed again. -
Both left and right front compliance bushings are cracked - the driver side is cracked all the way through. The car sounds like an old jalopy when driving on uneven gravely roads or terrain. -
Repaired under warranty once, happened again once out of warranty -
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