grinding noise???

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Asked by Apr 17, 2009 at 09:42 PM about the Acura Integra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my car grings while turning right... but it only grinds while i give it gas, if i coast around a turn it doesnt do it. ive put new axles on both sides and a new half-shaft bearing on the car. oh and i also did the passenger side hub bearing. the only thing left to replace is the drivers side hub bearing. i think its in the trans. HAS ANYBODY CAME ACROSS THIS PROBLEM OR KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT??????????? im tired of trowing parts at my car!

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if there is a bearing going bad, you will be able to hear the tone of the grinding change as you jerk the steering wheel left to right (while moving) and it will make the sound wether or not you're accelerating if it is more of a clicking sound, it's likely to be a CV joint if you think it's in the trans, and you have never changed the tranny fluid since you've owned the car, i suggest changing the fluid yourself (it takes 45 mins tops) however, my experience is that transmissions only make grinds when you're shifting gears, not when it's already in a gear and accelerating good luck

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