Question about 2000 Honda CR-V
For about 15 seconds then stop. Car drive fine and no heating up. Thank you any help you can offer.
The noise you describe may be due to hydraulic tappet leak back form a oil that is of the incorrect viscosity or a cheap oil filter that doe's not have an anti leak back valve in it .The noise is until the oil pressure builds up and makes the hydraulic tappets work properly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HOWLING NOISES
Did you check your Transmission fluid and your differential fluids make sure there up and I don't know if you checked your rear wheel bearings or not, You can usually tell a wheel bearing when you are driving the car at highway speeds and you go around a corner and it get quite a bit louder Depending on what way you are turning if your turning right and it gets louder it will usually be the right side front or rear. the left usually the left front or back. some cases I have even heard Axles making a Howling Noise. Please let me know what you come up with. And Thanks in advance If I helped you out any. Bear001
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
It seems who ever did the work may have removed the power steering pump to access the water pump and timing belt. After refilling they failed to bleed the air out or possibly left a return hose loose causing the pump to **** air hence the bubbles. The brown color in the fluid may indicate they have reused dirty fluid to refill the pump. Unfortunately if you have driven any distance with the air in the pump it will most likely need to be relaced.I would call the place who did the work and register a complaint.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
sounds like your timing belt is a little to tight and the vibration from the belt is the humming you here
loosen the belt but you may want to call the dealer for the spics on tightness of the belt . thx
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
This one of two problems Number one is a Bad distributor or a bad main relay. Good Luck, contact me if you need more assistance
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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