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Q: I hear a rumbling sound when I make a sharp turn

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When I turn sharply in my Honda, I hear low-pitched rumbles. There aren't any vibrations, it's only a sound. What could this be?

A: This could be due to a breakdown in your di...

This could be due to a breakdown in your differential oil. Changing the differential oil will normally correct this issue. Use only differential oil suggested by the manufacturer. You may want to enlist the help of a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, who has the training and expertise to inspect if your differential oil is contaminated.

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