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Honda HR-V: Abnormal Noise (AT Accelerate) (AWD)

Probable Cause

Gear noise

  • Poor gear mesh between ring gear and drive pinion
  • Hypoid gear (wear or damage)
  • Poor pre-road (drive pinion)
  • Debris in hypoid gear area
  • Fluid level too low
  • Distortion of the differential carrier case
  • Excessive backlash (hypoid gear)
  • Excessive backlash (differential gear)
  • Differential side gear spline (wear)

Bearing noise

  • Bearing (wear or damage)
  • Drive pinion taper bearing (wear)
  • Debris in bearing

Pump noise (at lubrication)

  • Debris in pump
  • Rotor (wear or damage)

Rear differential pump motor noise

  • Bearing (wear or damage)
  • Debris in rear differential pump motor

Pump noise (at control)

  • Debris in pump
  • Rotor (wear or damage)

Rear differential solenoid valve noise

  • Debris in rear differential solenoid valve
  • Plunger area or shaft area (wear)
  • Rear differential solenoid valve (wear or damage)

Clutch chatter

  • Fluid deterioration
  • Clutch facing (burnt or deterioration)
  • Clutch plate (deterioration)

Loose or missed torqued parts

ABNORMAL NOISE (AT NORMAL CONDITION) (AWD)

Gear noise

  • Poor gear mesh between ring gear and drive pinion
  • Hypoid gear (wear or damage)
  • Poor pre-road (drive pinion)
  • Debris in hypoid gear area
  • Fluid level too low
  • Distortion of the differential carrier case

Bearing noise

  • Bearing (wear or damage)
  • Drive pinion taper bearing (wear)
  • Debris in bearing

Pump noise (at lubrication)

  • Debris in pump
  • Rotor (wear or damage)

Loose or missed torqued parts

ABNORMAL NOISE (AT START) (AWD)

Probable Cause

Gear noise

  • Poor gear mesh between ring gear and drive pinion
  • Hypoid gear (wear or damage)
  • Poor pre-road (drive pinion)
  • Debris in hypoid gear area
  • Fluid level too low
  • Distortion of the differential carrier case
  • Excessive backlash (hypoid gear)
  • Excessive backlash (differential gear)
  • Differential side gear spline (wear)

Bearing noise

  • Bearing (wear or damage)
  • Drive pinion taper bearing (wear)
  • Debris in bearing

Pump noise (at lubrication)

  • Debris in pump
  • Rotor (wear or damage)

Rear differential pump motor noise

  • Bearing (wear or damage)
  • Debris in rear differential pump motor

Pump noise (at control)

  • Debris in pump
  • Rotor (wear or damage)

Rear differential solenoid valve noise

  • Debris in rear differential solenoid valve
  • Plunger area or shaft area (wear)
  • Rear differential solenoid valve (wear or damage)

Clutch chatter

  • Fluid deterioration
  • Clutch facing (burnt or deterioration)
  • Clutch plate (deterioration)

Loose or missed torqued parts

ABNORMAL NOISE (AT TURNING AND ACCELERATE) (AWD)

Probable Cause

Gear noise

  • Poor gear mesh between ring gear and drive pinion
  • Hypoid gear (wear or damage)
  • Poor pre-road (drive pinion)
  • Debris in hypoid gear area
  • Fluid level too low
  • Distortion of the differential carrier case
  • Excessive backlash (hypoid gear)
  • Excessive backlash (differential gear)
  • Differential side gear spline (wear)

Bearing noise

  • Bearing (wear or damage)
  • Drive pinion taper bearing (wear)
  • Debris in bearing

Pump noise (at lubrication)

  • Debris in pump
  • Rotor (wear or damage)

Rear differential pump motor noise

  • Bearing (wear or damage)
  • Debris in rear differential pump motor

Pump noise (at control)

  • Debris in pump
  • Rotor (wear or damage)

Rear differential solenoid valve noise

  • Debris in rear differential solenoid valve
  • Plunger area or shaft area (wear)
  • Rear differential solenoid valve (wear or damage)

Clutch chatter

  • Fluid deterioration
  • Clutch facing (burnt or deterioration)
  • Clutch plate (deterioration)

Loose or missed torqued parts

ABNORMAL NOISE (AT TURNING) (AWD)

Gear noise

  • Poor gear mesh between ring gear and drive pinion
  • Hypoid gear (wear or damage)
  • Poor pre-road (drive pinion)
  • Debris in hypoid gear area
  • Fluid level too low
  • Distortion of the differential carrier case

Bearing noise

  • Bearing (wear or damage)
  • Drive pinion taper bearing (wear)
  • Debris in bearing

Differential gear noise

  • Side gear and pinion gear (wear or damage)
  • Pinion shaft (damage)
  • Debris in differential gear area

Clutch chatter

  • Fluid deterioration
  • Clutch facing (burnt or deterioration)
  • Clutch plate (deterioration)

Loose or missed torqued parts

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