Make
Model
Variant
Engine
ball joints

honda civic ball joints

IE
Try our car registration lookup. This is the fastest and easiest way to get the exact ball joints for your car.

Choose your honda civic below to get the exact ball joints.

honda CIVIC X Hatchback

From Sep 2016 to present

Select

honda CIVIC IX Tourer

From Jan 2014 to present

Select

honda CIVIC IX

From Feb 2012 to present

Select

honda CIVIC VIII

From Sep 2005 to Feb 2012

Select

honda CIVIC VIII Hatchback

From Sep 2005 to Feb 2012

Select

honda CIVIC VI Coupe

From Feb 2001 to Dec 2005

Select

honda CIVIC VII

From Feb 2001 to Sep 2005

Select

honda CIVIC VII Hatchback

From Jan 2000 to Feb 2006

Select

honda CIVIC VI Estate

From Apr 1998 to Feb 2001

Select

honda CIVIC VI Coupe

From Mar 1996 to Dec 2000

Select

honda CIVIC VI

From Oct 1995 to Mar 2001

Select

honda CIVIC VI Hatchback

From Oct 1995 to Feb 2001

Select

honda CIVIC VI Hatchback

From Sep 1994 to Feb 2001

Select

honda CIVIC V Coupe

From Aug 1993 to Mar 1996

Select

honda CIVIC V

From Oct 1991 to Dec 1995

Select

honda CIVIC V Hatchback

From Oct 1991 to Nov 1995

Select

honda CIVIC IV Estate

From Jan 1988 to Feb 1995

Select

honda CIVIC IV Hatchback

From Sep 1987 to Oct 1993

Select

honda CIVIC IV Saloon

From Sep 1987 to Oct 1993

Select

honda civic ball joints

Ball joints are most commonly found at the end of your cars suspension wishbones. A ball joint is a type of connection or joint that joins other components together and allows them to pivot and rotate in multiple directions, so they're ideal for joining suspension and steering parts together. Like any type of pivot, a ball joint will wear out over time and will start to cause play in your suspension which, in turn, can cause wheel misalignment and ultimately uneven tyre wear and unpredicatble handling.