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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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