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#111 of 205 Re: Creaking noise on 2010 CRV [pamcamp]
Aug 09, 2011 (5:37 am)
The noise I was hearing was a "whoop" or "chirp" noise rather than a creak. It also was at low speed or no speed at all. However, it appears that replacing the differential fluid corrects the problem. Good luck with yours!
#112 of 205 Re: Creaking noise on 2010 CRV [pamcamp]
Aug 09, 2011 (5:45 am)
It may be the weatherstripping rubbing together. Try lubricating the weatherstripping with silicone spray.
Oct 23, 2011 (10:27 am)
I looked all through the postings, but no one seems to be having the issue that I am. I have a 2002 CRV, all wheel drive, with 132,000 miles. This just started last week, but only happens after about 15 minutes of driving. I hear a medium pitch whine, but I don't know where it is coming from. It will stop immediately when I apply the brakes, even if only a slight tap. Then as soon as I take my foot off the brake pedal, the sound is back. This happens at any speed, on the highway or in town, and even when coasting to a stop. Usually, after about 15 minutes the sound begins to waver, gets quieter, and eventually just stops, only to start up again the next time I am in the car. Any ideas? I am getting a little nervous about driving since I have a fairly long commute (45-90 minutes each way) every day.
#114 of 205 Re: Strange noise [leslieg61]
Oct 23, 2011 (10:49 am)
It sounds like it could be a belt? I'd have a mechanic check it out especially if you are planning on a long trip in the near future.
#115 of 205 honda "shakes"
Nov 06, 2011 (6:41 pm)
I have a 2006 Honda CRV. When I reach speeds around 40-50 mph, it shimmies and shakes. If I give it more gas it will stop. I have had the dealership look into it twice, and they can not fix it. Any ideas? It has also started popping in the front suspension, especially when hitting a bump. I dont know if it is the struts or cv joints. HELP!!!
#116 of 205 Re: honda "shakes" [kkay11]
Nov 07, 2011 (3:33 am)
In my view dealership mechanics know very little about finding and diagnosing faults - they rely on the computer to tell them.
If you are VERY lucky, you may get the group senior technician if they have one, he or she tends to know a bit more than the average Dealership grease monkey.
My advice would be to find a Honda specialist, not a dealership! Usually a small garage with ageing mechanic who does not have a computer diagnostic system. Look out for loads of Honda's outside!
Hope you sort it.
#117 of 205 Re: Strange noise [leslieg61]
Nov 08, 2011 (2:46 am)
Hi! I have exactly the same issue - just as you describe.! Did you manage to find out what it is and get it fixed? I cannot get to the bottom of it!
thanks for any help!
#118 of 205 Re: Strange noise [asdas1]
Nov 08, 2011 (5:17 am)
No, it still does it, but the good news it has not (Yet) got any worse. I tend to know when it's going to do it now, and lower the revs a bit.
As I said in my last post, dealers don't have a clue - they seem to wait until something goes bang before they say they know what the problem is. This usually means we get to stand at the side of the road until the tow truck arrives!
Had a friend look at it, not a specialist, but has lots of experience with cars. Suggests it may be the timing chain occasionally slapping the side of the housing - if this is the case then I'm happy to keep lowering the revs when I know it's going to do it.
#119 of 205 Re: honda "shakes" [kkay11]
Dec 13, 2011 (5:11 pm)
I'm having the same problem as you are (my post is a couple below yours). My mechanic found that it's the front axles, and it seems that only the Honda axles will help solve the problem. I haven't dished out the money to have it fixed yet, but am considering it. Fortunately I have been told it's not a safety issue.
#120 of 205 Re: 2004 CRV noise in warm weather [sdcaguy]
Dec 14, 2011 (2:13 pm)
I have 2005 honda crv with the same trouble.... had me going crazy because it made noise even in idle...BUT i caught it... yes it has to do with the a/c system... turn of the a/c and it stops cycling the noise... it the EXPANSION VALVE cycling and its located under the passenger glove compartment. i stil have not attended this problem but i think it because the line has low pressure or is contaminated.... hope this helps