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2002 CRV EX Japan build

Howling noice coming fromrear wheel. The noice is louder when I have more people weight in the car. I'm assuming it is the rear bearing but not sure. It will make the loud noice when driving at higher speeds andgoing streight. I noticed that the moise il gone when I turn. I didn't notice if it matters if I make a right or left turn.

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Change the rear diff oil, with genuine honda oil, it works guarenteed .
post back and let me know how you go.
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