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1995 honda civic loud horn-like noise and the car isn't even on. I tried the horn and its a different sound. Started the engine and it drives fine but the loud sound is still there. When I hold down the...

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I have a 2000 Honda Accord and as I accelerate over 45 mph the care starts making a progressively louder humming/buzzing sound. When I turn slightly to the right the noise will go away. Any ideas wh

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Does it sound at all like a fan? My Honda will auto start a fan that continues to cool the engine after I come to a stop as well. Is it possible you might be hearing the same thing?

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