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Old 28 May 2006, 10:40 am
Dr Nick
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last night when I went to back up I noticed a sort of dragging sound in my
06 accord.. I got out and checked the wheel wells to see if something was
caught in it, I didn't notice anything, but I pulled forward it didn't make
that sound. so I stopped and backed up again, and sure enough, it still made
the sound. now this is an I4 5M sedan and the sound I'm saying is not the
usualy sound a manual tranny makes when you back up (that sort of low
pitched wurr) but more of a dragging 9is the best way I can describe it) any
clue as to what this might be?

-N


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Old 28 May 2006, 11:25 am
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> last night when I went to back up I noticed a sort of dragging sound in my
> 06 accord.. I got out and checked the wheel wells to see if something was
> caught in it, I didn't notice anything, but I pulled forward it didn't

make
> that sound. so I stopped and backed up again, and sure enough, it still

made
> the sound. now this is an I4 5M sedan and the sound I'm saying is not the
> usualy sound a manual tranny makes when you back up (that sort of low
> pitched wurr) but more of a dragging 9is the best way I can describe it)

any
> clue as to what this might be?


Did you look under the car?


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Old 28 May 2006, 01:49 pm
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Steve Mackie wrote:
>
> > last night when I went to back up I noticed a sort of dragging sound in my
> > 06 accord.. I got out and checked the wheel wells to see if something was
> > caught in it, I didn't notice anything, but I pulled forward it didn't

> make
> > that sound. so I stopped and backed up again, and sure enough, it still

> made
> > the sound. now this is an I4 5M sedan and the sound I'm saying is not the
> > usualy sound a manual tranny makes when you back up (that sort of low
> > pitched wurr) but more of a dragging 9is the best way I can describe it)

> any
> > clue as to what this might be?

>
> Did you look under the car?


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Maybe you just found out where your neighbor's cat went.

Tell us the mileage and we'll have better answers, or wait until
Wednesday.

'Curly'
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Old 28 May 2006, 04:38 pm
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"Dr Nick" <Drnick5@cox.net> wrote in
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> last night when I went to back up I noticed a sort of dragging sound
> in my 06 accord.. I got out and checked the wheel wells to see if
> something was caught in it, I didn't notice anything, but I pulled
> forward it didn't make that sound. so I stopped and backed up again,
> and sure enough, it still made the sound. now this is an I4 5M sedan
> and the sound I'm saying is not the usualy sound a manual tranny makes
> when you back up (that sort of low pitched wurr) but more of a
> dragging 9is the best way I can describe it) any clue as to what this
> might be?
>
> -N
>
>



How long sisnce the car was driven last? Sounds like a bit of rust on the
rears.

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Old 28 May 2006, 04:39 pm
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"Dr Nick" <Drnick5@cox.net> wrote in
news:Uvjeg.50935$9c6.18492@dukeread11:

> last night when I went to back up I noticed a sort of dragging sound
> in my 06 accord.. I got out and checked the wheel wells to see if
> something was caught in it, I didn't notice anything, but I pulled
> forward it didn't make that sound. so I stopped and backed up again,
> and sure enough, it still made the sound. now this is an I4 5M sedan
> and the sound I'm saying is not the usualy sound a manual tranny makes
> when you back up (that sort of low pitched wurr) but more of a
> dragging 9is the best way I can describe it) any clue as to what this
> might be?
>
> -N
>
>



Sorry, incomplete last post. I meant a "bit of rust on the rear BRAKES".

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Old 29 May 2006, 10:20 am
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sorry, should of given mroe information. the car has about 5500 miles on it
and is driven daily (it was driven that day and sat in the driveway for a
few hours (wasn't raining out or anything) so I'm not sure it's rust. I did
look under the car and didn't see anythign either.
after listening more indepthly, it really sounds like it's comming from the
front drivers side tire, I've checked it a few times (both the tire and the
wheel well) t see if the tire was low or somethign was in there, but nothing
that I can find.

-Nick


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Old 29 May 2006, 10:58 am
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I had this happen on my 98 civic once. It ended up being a pebble caught
between the back of the brake rotor and the flimsy metal back plate. Used a
long screwdriver to pop the pebble out, and no more noise.

t

Dr Nick wrote:
>sorry, should of given mroe information. the car has about 5500 miles on it
>and is driven daily (it was driven that day and sat in the driveway for a
>few hours (wasn't raining out or anything) so I'm not sure it's rust. I did
>look under the car and didn't see anythign either.
>after listening more indepthly, it really sounds like it's comming from the
>front drivers side tire, I've checked it a few times (both the tire and the
>wheel well) t see if the tire was low or somethign was in there, but nothing
>that I can find.
>
>-Nick


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