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Old 07 Nov 2004, 07:51 pm
Airkings
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Default CRV squeal on turn?

I have a 2001 CRV that has been running fine, and has 35,000 miles. The
warranty ran a month ago. I now hear a squeal in my turns (tight turns
only - usually at the end of the turning range). I fear this might be my CV
joints, but am not sure.

Any pros know what this likely is? If it is something like the CV joints,
what's the repair cost? Any chance Honda might squeak me in under the
warranty?

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Old 07 Nov 2004, 08:07 pm
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"Airkings" <airkingsNO*SPAM@ix.netcom.com> wrote in message
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> I have a 2001 CRV that has been running fine, and has 35,000 miles. The
> warranty ran a month ago. I now hear a squeal in my turns (tight turns
> only - usually at the end of the turning range). I fear this might be my

CV
> joints, but am not sure.
>
> Any pros know what this likely is? If it is something like the CV joints,
> what's the repair cost? Any chance Honda might squeak me in under the
> warranty?
>
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> Dave
>


Power steering pump belt slipping ??

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Old 07 Nov 2004, 09:01 pm
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Default Re: CRV squeal on turn?

I second the power steering pump/belt.

The belt is the first thing to check - if you open the hood and have
somebody turn the wheel to the end with the engine running, you shouldn't
see the power steering pump pulley slow down. If it does, replace at least
the P/S belt (it will have worn smooth from the slippage). It would be a
good time to replace any other belts, too.

It is also possible it is the P/S pump overpressure bypass valve (normally
inside the pump). Sometimes they start squalling when the steering is at the
limit. I'm not sure what the cause and the cure are, but it is harmless -
except to your nerves.

Mike
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>I have a 2001 CRV that has been running fine, and has 35,000 miles. The
>warranty ran a month ago. I now hear a squeal in my turns (tight turns
>only - usually at the end of the turning range). I fear this might be my CV
>joints, but am not sure.
>
> Any pros know what this likely is? If it is something like the CV joints,
> what's the repair cost? Any chance Honda might squeak me in under the
> warranty?
>
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Old 07 Nov 2004, 09:45 pm
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If the noise is coming from the back have the rear differential oil changed.
I had the same problem for my 97 CRV.

"Airkings" <airkingsNO*SPAM@ix.netcom.com> wrote in message
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> I have a 2001 CRV that has been running fine, and has 35,000 miles. The
> warranty ran a month ago. I now hear a squeal in my turns (tight turns
> only - usually at the end of the turning range). I fear this might be my

CV
> joints, but am not sure.
>
> Any pros know what this likely is? If it is something like the CV joints,
> what's the repair cost? Any chance Honda might squeak me in under the
> warranty?
>
> --
> x-no-archive: yes
>
> Dave
>
>



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Old 08 Nov 2004, 10:57 am
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Airkings wrote:
> I have a 2001 CRV that has been running fine, and has 35,000 miles. The
> warranty ran a month ago. I now hear a squeal in my turns (tight turns
> only - usually at the end of the turning range). I fear this might be my CV
> joints, but am not sure.
>
> Any pros know what this likely is? If it is something like the CV joints,
> what's the repair cost? Any chance Honda might squeak me in under the
> warranty?
>

=============================

Contrary to your Owner's Manual, the correct time to change your Dual
Pump Fluid is 30,000 miles (50,000 Km). The European manuals have the
right interval.

When it loses it's viscosity, the twenty-something clutch surfaces
inside the rear differential start to chatter, while doing tight turns.

You need just over a litre, and you have to use the Honda stuff.

P.S. Your valve adjustment is also due now. (manual is wrong too)

'Curly'

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Old 08 Nov 2004, 06:44 pm
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Valve adjustment is due at 105k miles, only if needed.



"motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com> wrote in message
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> Airkings wrote:
> > I have a 2001 CRV that has been running fine, and has 35,000 miles. The
> > warranty ran a month ago. I now hear a squeal in my turns (tight turns
> > only - usually at the end of the turning range). I fear this might be my

CV
> > joints, but am not sure.
> >
> > Any pros know what this likely is? If it is something like the CV

joints,
> > what's the repair cost? Any chance Honda might squeak me in under the
> > warranty?
> >

> =============================
>
> Contrary to your Owner's Manual, the correct time to change your Dual
> Pump Fluid is 30,000 miles (50,000 Km). The European manuals have the
> right interval.
>
> When it loses it's viscosity, the twenty-something clutch surfaces
> inside the rear differential start to chatter, while doing tight turns.
>
> You need just over a litre, and you have to use the Honda stuff.
>
> P.S. Your valve adjustment is also due now. (manual is wrong too)
>
> 'Curly'
>



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Old 08 Nov 2004, 11:24 pm
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Honda Doc wrote:
> Valve adjustment is due at 105k miles, only if needed.



++++++++++++++++++++++

Funny that Honda USA sometimes pays the victims of burnt valves when
they bring up the point that the European manuals all have a more
realistic interval.

Saying to 'check if they get noisy' would be OK, except that CRV valves
never get loose . . they always get tighter (quieter) until the CHECK
ENGINE light comes on.

Valve(s) already toasted :-(

Engineers know the rules, technicians know the exceptions. (not sure who
said that)

'Curly'

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