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323ci coupe noises and vibration coming from rear of vehicle

When im driving im getting a rubbing type noise and decelerating it sounds like woo woo woo woo strange ????

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Possibly bearings in your wheel hub. they get quiet noisy when they need changing

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SOURCE: rear end noise?

This sounds like ring and pinion noise, new bearings and a gear set will cure the problem.

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SOURCE: initial vibration occurs when i accelerate my vehicle

Check motor mounts.

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SOURCE: 2003 Acura MDX, makes noise and vibration while driving.

If it happens with light accelleration then there's a good chance it's your torque converter. This is one of the few weak points with MDX

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SOURCE: noise & vibration in front end

Check your Suspension. Front Sway Bar end links have a tendency to wear and or fail after time and can cause front end vibration at high speeds and or poor cornering issues at higher speeds. Usually is the culprit and cheap to fix. Also inspect the rest of your suspension, u-joints and ball joints for wear or leaks but first check out the end links.

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