• Tiny
  • degolden65
  • Honda

2003 Honda CRV 4WD - Manual Transmission - 61,000 Miles.

When turning " sharply" left or right my CRV is making a grinding noise/vibration that appears to be coming from the front tire(s) area. It does this ONLY when the car is moving and at any speed. It is getting progressively worse over time. The noise is significantly less when turning sharp in reverse however but it is still noticeable. It does this whether the car is warmed up or cold, in gear or out of gear, applying the brakes or not. Power steering fluid level is fine.

The sound becomes evident when turning the wheel (right or left) about 80% to to it's limit. When the wheel is cranked all the way to it's limit it sounds awful.

Any advice?


Sunday, May 7th, 2006 AT 10:25 AM

1 Answer

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  • losone
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You shouldn't have CV joint problems at that mileage unless up live in very cold weather but it is the right mileage to have brake failure. Check you front pads and rotors

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Sunday, May 7th, 2006 AT 2:17 PM

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