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Old 18 Aug 2007, 03:24 pm
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Default Whats that annoying noise that acura makes when I turn. Also Its brand new? Is it normal...

...for all the acuras?
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Old 18 Aug 2007, 03:30 pm
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It probably not normal for a new car to make annoying noises... I would take it to the Acura dealer as soon as possible. They also can tell you if it's normal or if they need to fix it .. Good luck
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Old 18 Aug 2007, 03:34 pm
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Brand new cars have brand new warranties, don't be scared to use it.
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Old 18 Aug 2007, 03:36 pm
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Acuras are very quiet cars. Time to go to the dealer and have them check it out -- you really don't want annoyance in a brand new car.
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It's under warranty, bring it to the dealer.
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Old 18 Aug 2007, 03:48 pm
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it should not be making any noise when turning.take it to acura dealer..thats why you have warranty
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Old 18 Aug 2007, 03:51 pm
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Is it AWD? They kind of "whine" it out in a tight turn. However doesn't sound normal to me. If they don't believe you have them jump in the car with you for a ride in the parking lot.
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Old 18 Aug 2007, 04:00 pm
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if its only when you turn, but it seems like its getting worse, it could be the wheel bearing...although it seems a bit early for that to go, especially since its brand new, however one thing about wheel bearings is that they either work or they dont, you wont know until youre actually driving the car for a while/more extenuous than the dealership test drives. so yeah, it could be a wheel bearing, or it could be tire scrape, if you have larger rims on it, that could be the problem, but either way i totally agree with everyone that you should take it straight back to the dealership, and tell them that you've noticed a few things wrong, and if they dont offer to fix it or do soemthing about it, then id ask to return the car, most places have a 30 day return policy or something to that effect.
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