FRONT END NOISE WHILE TURNING.
2004 Honda Accord • 2.4L 4 cylinder 2WD Automatic • 200,000 miles
When it is cold I'm hearing a popping or grinding sound in the front end while turning possibly in the rack and pinion. What is interesting is that it does not do it when it is warm weather. Before one time while having the oil changed at a honda dealership I asked them to see if they saw any obvious problems in the front suspinsion or steering column they said they did not. What do you think this is?
January 9, 2014.
January 9, 2014.
Does the vehicle have to be moving to hear the noise when turning? Is it a clicking sound (possible CV joint)? Have you checked brakes and wheel bearings?
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