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I have a 2006 Honda Element that has always made a clicking noise in the rear every time I turn sharply (into a parking stall for example). Also there is a loud whirring sound that is also present that is very quiet at low speeds....loud from 40-65mph....and not so loud above 65mph. Suggestions?

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Axles usually make noise when any type of load is placed on them whether it be from turning or accelerating. I know that my daughters went bad just the other day. It was making a horrible clicking noise left rear.

Posted on Jan 23, 2018

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Hi Kigabth,
It could be the suspension springs...try looking at the rubber custions which they rest on....You'll need spring compressors if you want to do the job yourself....If you just want to pin point the problem, use a piece of rubber pipe and get someone to turn the wheels while you listen....You can then tell your repair shop what you want done.

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Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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More than likely your Antilock brake siystem going through self test cycle

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