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Rumbling noise rear end 1998 Honda CR-V

I have a 1998 Honda CR-V with 89000 miles on it, recently started a ''grumbling'' type noise from rear end. Almost sounds like water gurgling? What could this be? No handling problems or braking problems.

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Sounds like a bad bearing

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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