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I have a honda crv and its very noisy sounds like its comeing from the diff

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Hi there.....
I was browzing around for the specs of my 05 CR-V in Singapore when i saw your problem.....The sound should sounds like a loud clicking noise of the rearwheels gear area I believe if the sound is coming from the rear. It could be your diff oil that needs to be changed.
Mine was like that & problem solved with the DIfferential Oil change.

Hope this helps!!!

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Posted on Oct 02, 2009


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