Question about 2000 Honda CR-V
First, check inside the wheel wells and make sure it isnt a tire rub, the tires could be the wrong size. Also depending on the sound and feel when turning, this could mean the CV joints need replaced ( a common issue on this vehicle). Also grab the wheel from the top and pull in and out, if there is give or movement then this could be a ball joint. Also could be the dust covers on the brakes, could have been bent and causing a rub.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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