What could be the reason for aStrong noise went do u turn, Where cani find out Maintenance requirement for AWD

Asked by Jun 03, 2012 at 11:12 PM about the Honda Element

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

3 Answers

232,755

Any number of issues with the front suspension/ steering linkage to a wheel bearing. Have it check out at your local garage. You issue mght not be maintenance related, sometimes parts just fail.

12,735

Your manual will have the maintenance schedule. When turning also check simple things like wheels rubbing. Also CV joints when going bad will make a clicking noise when you turn sharp.

20

If noise is only heard inside the cab at the end of the steering range, change the rear differential fluid. Doesn't seem logical, but is. Simple drain plug, refill.

Your Answer

Add photo

Related Questions

Element

Looking for a Used Element in your area?

CarGurus has 1,210 nationwide Element listings starting at $1,995.

ZIP:

Search Honda Element Questions

Honda Element Experts

#1 Kakit Fan
Kakit Fan
Reputation 150
#2 Tom Demyan
Tom Demyan
Reputation 140
#3 Ankhorite
Ankhorite
Reputation 120
View All

Related Models For Sale

Used Honda CR-V
792 Great Deals out of 59,260 listings starting at $900
Used Honda Pilot
338 Great Deals out of 20,923 listings starting at $2,199
Used Toyota RAV4
604 Great Deals out of 69,951 listings starting at $2,350
Used Honda Civic
500 Great Deals out of 88,831 listings starting at $1,499
Used Honda Accord
759 Great Deals out of 87,614 listings starting at $1,250
Used Kia Soul
249 Great Deals out of 27,634 listings starting at $2,495
Used Honda Ridgeline
70 Great Deals out of 7,079 listings starting at $3,500
Used Subaru Forester
307 Great Deals out of 26,944 listings starting at $995
Used Honda Fit
68 Great Deals out of 19,254 listings starting at $2,395
Used Toyota 4Runner
268 Great Deals out of 20,689 listings starting at $1,995
Used Scion xB
49 Great Deals out of 2,115 listings starting at $1,699
Used Toyota Tacoma
501 Great Deals out of 39,439 listings starting at $2,900
Used Toyota FJ Cruiser
76 Great Deals out of 2,267 listings starting at $6,995
Used Subaru Outback
326 Great Deals out of 35,121 listings starting at $1,799
Used Honda Odyssey
256 Great Deals out of 26,458 listings starting at $1,950