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Grinding noise usually at idle

My 2001 Honda CR-V with 74000 miles on it suddenly starting making this grinding noise when it's idling. Sometimes while I'm driving but mostly while idle. Does this sound like transmission? I am taking it to a shop on Saturday but want to know what I'm talking about when I get there as to not get taken advantage of... 
Thanks!  Katie 

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  • katiehbrooks Jan 09, 2009

    I know the belt noise. I don't think it's that because when I shift it into neutral the noise gets quieter or even stops.... ??? 

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Most of times its belts which makes noise because of dry just put little bit greace inside of belts it will stop noise but remember do not put a lot just little bit.

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