Yes like the title says I have a 1996 Honda Accord EX sedan. In my quest of replacing parts and trying to solve "clunks" and repairing things that are broken I'm starting to become a little clueless. The Issue: I get in my car, start it up and drive out of my apartment parking area. When I start driving down the road accelerating up to 45~ish and let off some to maintain that speed the car does this "clunk" and 2 things happen simultaneously. 1: The steering wheel turns counter clock-wise about one inch, 2: I swerve from side to side in my lane a little bit. However this only happens when I drive it after being parked!? It doesn't happen the whole time I drive around. Knowing and hearing a "klunk" when my car changes gears I did some searching and replaced my front transmission mount which was shot, and I replaced my my Stabilizer Bar Bushings (one way torn in half???) and I replaced my Stabilizer Bar End Links (a couple of the bushings ACTUALLY CRUMBLED as I took the bolt out). Tightened the End Links, set the car back on the ground and tightened the bar bushings while the car was on the ground. Now when driving the same exact thing happens except The Swerve is now worse! The steering wheel still turns counter clock-wise an inch but now I swerve a bit more and I swear the steering feels a little more "loose". Does this make sense? or am I just confusing you all? I don't think it is the Tie rods... only the bushings have changed... ball joints seem alright (not really any wheel shake when I try to shake the tire and the car is jacked up) SIDE NOTE: I replaced my right outer tie rod several months back because it was bad and I never got an alignment which I know is a little off. I ordered a inner tie rod for the right side and I'm replacing the inner and outer on the left side (there is a little play on the inner rod) and I'm getting an Alignment afterwards. I was going to ask the dudes at the Tire shop what he thinks but I also wanted to know yaw's opinion. SIDE SIDE NOTE: I've also had to replace the right ball joint twice. First time i was pulling out of a parking spot when the stud of the ball joint literally snapped! Dang alright, I fixed it. (I was next to an Advance auto parts LOL ). Second time several months later I was at drill and doing about 60~ish when I hit a pot hole on the side of the road that bottomed out hard enough were it ripped off the bolt threads to the ball joint. Right tire got snatched out to the right sideways and the whole car was thrown in to on coming traffic and I cam screeching to a halt grinding on my Lower Control Arm. Only damage done was I needed a ball joint (duh!), replaced the CV Axle and I had to find a spare tire.