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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find a real ASE mechanic, noise is not something web bunnies can hear. or find....
and finding it can be extremely dangerous ( i use a sonic ear 4 channel stethoscope) (can drive with head phones and listen to 4 microphones (clamps)
sad how you mech. gave up.; ; there is no need to . not ever.
did he hear it, then give up?
or did the not drive car, or what?
if they can't hear it, they can not fix it. so......
tmac2scorpi, The inner tie rods will not make any noise whatsoever. What you need to check is the axle shafts coming out of the transaxle. You can do this by having someone walk along the vehicle as you make extreme right and left turns. You may hear the clicking noise that you mentioned here. Right now you state that you hear the noise at certain speeds so it may be hard to hear it when you are going slower with someone walking with the vehicle. If the noise is there then the axle shaft on that side of the vehicle will have to be replaced. Good luck with this.
Sounds like a wheel bearing, With vehicle moving at a speed you can hear the noise, rock the steering back and forth, if the noise changes it is the wheel bearing. Very common for front and rear wheel bearings to fail on this make and model vehicle.
Low beam has a relay it is making the sound, turn on while looking for the noise the relay you find may be bad but make sure the the low beam bulbs are good first as they are way more likly to be bad than the relay or the fuse
Sounds like a wheel hub assembly is bad without seeing it. Alot of GM vehicles have the ABS wheel speed sensors built into the hub assemblies. Should be able to narrow the noise down by driving the car slightly turn left and right noise should change from loud to soft when turning the wheel. ( if you turn left and noise gets louder hub on right front is noisey.Opposite will occur if left side is bad)