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Old 20 Apr 2010, 02:16 pm
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Default Why are my tires making a grinding sound when turning?

I have a 97 honda civic, and this happens off and on. Does anyone know approximately how much it would cost to get fixed aside the diagnositc?
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Old 20 Apr 2010, 02:31 pm
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Can't help you with the cost. Too many variables.















Could be broken belts in the tire(s).















Could be a bad control arm.















Could be an axel.















Could be ???
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Old 20 Apr 2010, 02:46 pm
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My guess is you have a bad cv joint. If so you will eventually be stranded when it comes apart. I think you can get parts for under $100 and I would guess about 2 hours of labor so maybe somewhere between $200 - $300 at a mechanic. Just a guess
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Old 20 Apr 2010, 03:01 pm
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out of "alignment"
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Old 20 Apr 2010, 03:16 pm
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Sounds like a bad wheelbering
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Old 20 Apr 2010, 03:31 pm
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no this has to be CV axle. Why?































Cause I recently had the same problem in my 97 Sentra































I had the left CV Axle replaced and the sound went away
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Old 20 Apr 2010, 03:46 pm
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Brake Rotor makes grinding noise when the hub bearing is toast.If you were to get the rotor and caliper out of the way,you would probably find rusty crumbs where your bearing was.If this is the case,the hub(s)need to go to machine shop to have bearing pressed out and in,followed by new or re-conditioned rotors and pads.For safety sake,do everything in pairs.Don't do all this and neglect to check the axle shafts and the CV joints.
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Old 20 Apr 2010, 04:01 pm
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35 dollard per wheel to get them rebalanced... before taking it to your shop jack the car up check for loose wheels...make sure they look straight and lugs are tight.. if so maybe you need new bearings its not that expensive or your axles are going bad i would say your good with 300
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