Very common problems usually found when you take your car for an alignment check and the mechanic cannot adjust the settings. Caused by the design of the bushes. They have bolts running through metal sleeves which corrode. The bolts then become seized to the bush metal sleeve and therefore cannot be removed from the suspension. The only way to correct this is to cut through the bolt on both sides of the bush, so it falls out. You then need to press out the old bush and replace with either new OEM bushes or one of the many polyurethane bush kits. You will also need new Honda nuts and bolts to refit. This can work out to be quite labour intensive so many tackle this themselves as a DIY project. I does require a shop press of at least 12 tonnes, a sawsall and all the replacement hardware and bushes. It would be of great benefit to have a bush press kit as well to use the shop press effectively.