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99 crv auto trans while driving giving it gas car started to make grind noise and came to slow stop ,engine np

Sldoaktree
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Asked by Sldoaktree Feb 13, 2013 at 09:26 AM about the 1999 Honda CR-V EX AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

While driving home car started to make grind noise and slowly came to stop no mater if revving engine. Wont go into
any gear or park . Sounds like when shifting it tries to go in gear when in D car revs speedo goes up as if moving
but not going anywhere

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DavidH25
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Ouch. There are guys on this forum that know Honda's. My only reply Sid, is tow it to a transmission shop ..unless you are a do it yourself, under your oak tree mechanic, one of the fellers will come along that knows Hondas. Sorry I am no help, but opened your question to assure you of that.there are guys that will know

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DavidH25
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Sid is it a transverse engine? I am thinking broken axle, CV joint, driveshaft, especially when you tell us the speedometer shows as if you are moving

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judge_roy
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Not the engine, the drivetrain- and specifically the drive axle, not CV joints would make a hell of a racket and would not silently stop behaving, but the CV boots tend to go to hell and let the grease out, but do make some noise and actually crack to make your problem happen. Probably not as myserious as all that. Inspect the drivetrain, and report back-

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judge_roy
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You nailed it H25. I should just go back to bed and leave ALL the heavy lifting to you~

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Sldoaktree
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While pulling out of gas station prior to condition did hear a pop thought might be rock i run over . Drove fine next right turn is when all this started and do hear grinding noise but went away quik. Trans was just rebuilt 13 months ago. I replaced driverside half shaft a year ago . I bet passanger is the issue . At work now will check when i get home thanks for the help

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Sldoaktree
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Well the driverside half shaft was torn up. Replaced it good as new . Thanks for the help very much appreciated

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judge_roy
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No problem my friend, always willing to help a sidoaktree, my favorite!

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