Honda uses hydraulicaly engaged clutches in the rear differential. To ensure that the response time of engaging and disengaging the drive force to a wheel, the tolerances for these are very narrow. What you are most likely hearing is the clutch rubbing because it is almost engaged due to the difference in wheel speed because of your turn. This may be a sign of low rear differential fluid or that your rear diff is wearing out. It may also be that you have a pinched line. There are little lines that carry hydraulic fluid to sensors that then mechanically activate the clutches. This noise is kind of like the bad burn out sound on the original Dukes of Hazzard show when they were on dirt. Another sound related to turning and grinding is that your CV joints are really worn out. This should be a very repetitive noise that you can make happen by turning tight complete circles in a paved parking lot at slow speeds. Hope this Helped
Grinding is commonly associated with lathe tool making with an abrasive wheel that turns on average 2800-3000 rpm, surface finishing and creating flats through methods such as lapping.
97 grand am rubbing/grinding noise from right front that is not wheelbearing or brakes
A CV joint in one of the front halfshaft axles is going bad.
change rear diff fluid - Honda kind
i have independents and the turns are amazing and grinding.:D
Bad CV or U-Joint.
Their tail. It is called a rudder because like an otter it steers them at great speeds through the tight turns of the gazelle and the tight turns of the hare.
It makes choking noises, coughs and turns blue.
Its one of my turns
The fear of making right turns is call dextramophobia.
If the grinding is only while turning *not* while applying the brakes, I'd say check the CV joints? If it is while breaking, check your disc pads. Ina any event, good luck with it.
it turns into a little tight ball
need to replace rear diff oil,use genuine oil only,will fix problem.
Could be a wheel bearing, better have it checked out soon before the wheel departs from the vehicle.
Most probably the driveshaft(s) or the axles are worn. Get them checked.
Could be that the strut needs replacement, or possibly a CV joint (if you hear noises during tight turns, pops and clicking). Otherwise, possible loose ball joint, improperly balanced tire, etc. Hope this helps.
If a Nissan Sentra stalls when making turns, check the fuel and spark. The coil may be cutting out when it gets hot.
Hand Tight then back off 4 turns - Done
I had a similar experience with my Windstar - lots of pad material left, but still grinding after new pads & shoes. Turns out the rotors were bad. :( Btw, I just replaced the rotors without finding out if a simple turning would have eliminated the grinding.
You will need a minimum 3" lift to have 33" tires clear when making tight turns. 31" tires will fit with not modifications.
when it turns brown
Flour (normal wheat flour) is made by grinding wheat until it turns to powder. There are other types of flour (rice flour, soy flour, rye flour, buckwheat flower, etc.) but all are made by grinding grain until it turns to powder. So yes, it manufactured by people but it's not artificial.
I Would Suggest A Product Made By LUCAS POWER STEERING TREATMENT. Worked Great For Me. Hey Another Thing Your Belt May Not Be Tight, Have Your Power Steering Belt Checked. If making turns causes your P.S.P to squeal, it may be low on fluid. Try adding p.s.p fluid.
Check the mudflap on the right front tire
Check CV joints, brakes, bearings to start. Probably in that order. If you have oversized or non-standard tires they could be rubbing. More probable: change the fluid in the rear differential. Honda sells a special fluid for this purpose. This is quite approachable and fast as a DIY project. The hardest part will be finding the top and bottom fill plugs and getting them loose the first time.