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2002 honda cr-v awd makes clicking noise when turning

When turning the vehicle at slower speeds, you hear a clicking sound under the car. i understand this vehicle has a center differential and the fluid my be low or needs to be changed. my local mechanic knows nothing about this and says everything appears ok.

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Its been my experiance in the past, if its a front wheel drive, that one of the CV joints is going out, check the ones on the side of the car the noise is coming from.

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Take it to a different shop, and ask them to check the wheel bearings and the cv joints for the clicking noise.

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