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Old 07 Sep 2008, 06:22 pm
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Honda CRV:

i get a horrible rumbling noise when turning ,its gets worse the more
i turn and slower (like pulling into a parking space in a car park)

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Old 07 Sep 2008, 08:26 pm
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On Sun, 07 Sep 2008 18:22:35 -0500, jimtreg wrote:

> i get a horrible rumbling noise when turning ,its gets worse the more
> i turn and slower (like pulling into a parking space in a car park)


CV joints.


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Old 08 Sep 2008, 09:52 am
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On Sep 7, 6:22*pm, jimtreg <n...@000.com> wrote:
> Honda CRV:
>
> i get a horrible rumbling noise when turning ,its gets worse the more
> i turn and slower (like pulling into a parking space in a car park)
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If you have four wheel drive, this is a symptom that the dual pump
fluid in the rear differential is shot. They keep trying to extend
the change interval for this stuff, but it seldom lasts 30,000 miles,
even on the newer CRVs. If your CRV is still under warranty, the
dealer will probably give you a free repair if this is the problem.
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Old 08 Sep 2008, 09:57 am
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e.meyer wrote:
> On Sep 7, 6:22 pm, jimtreg <n...@000.com> wrote:
>> Honda CRV:
>>
>> i get a horrible rumbling noise when turning ,its gets worse the more
>> i turn and slower (like pulling into a parking space in a car park)
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> If you have four wheel drive, this is a symptom that the dual pump
> fluid in the rear differential is shot. They keep trying to extend
> the change interval for this stuff, but it seldom lasts 30,000 miles,
> even on the newer CRVs. If your CRV is still under warranty, the
> dealer will probably give you a free repair if this is the problem.

Hi,
My '98 CRV had fluild replaced twice for that problem.
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