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Horrible noise i get a horrible noise when turning a sort rumbling ,noise only when im turning .its very bad when turning into a space in a car park ,

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  • jimtreg Sep 08, 2008

    the problem is when turning left and right but not when backing up and turning .it sound like the front of the car

  • Curt Downs May 11, 2010

    Does the noise happen when turning right or left, or both? Does it happen when you back up and turn? Is the noise coming from the front, and if it is, does it seem to come from one side?
    countrycurt0


  • KbOriginalsetc Kim Berger

    You need to replace the rear differential fluid. The moaning and groaning will be gone immediately . Had this changed at 80,000 miles and again at 154,000 miles.

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I had a similar issue - kind of a groaning/rumble sound when turning sharply into a parking space or turning at low speed. Took it to a dealer and and they said its common and to change the rear differential fluid. They also checked it when they changed the fluid and all was well. Noise was gone immediately. Hope that helps.


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Ok, from your description it could be front axles, four wheel drive, or maybe something else. How many miles on the crv? Did this noise start gradually, or all at one time? here's what you need to check the front axles. There is a boot (made of rubber) that surrounds the axle. It is located at the center of the wheel under the car. You need to look under the car to inspect this boot for damage (torn, ripped, grease covered). The boots will crack and eventually deteriorate so that dirt and road debris gets inside and ruins the axle. If u have high miles, or have hit something on or off road, it can damage the boot causing a noise like u describe. Check both front wheels to see if there is any damage to the boots. Let me know what u find. countrycurt0

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