I have a 2016 CRV SE with 44,000 miles. Approximately 6 mos ago I noticed a 1-2 second chirp noise when on a rolling right turn. It was infrequent. Then it began to show up more frequently but I still only noticed it on right turns. Next it chirped when in my garage, putting into reverse and letting it slowly move backward. It also chirped as I pulled into the dealer garage. But they found nothing. It now does it 4-5 times on a 15 min drive. It will chirp a short 1-2 seconds or sometimes a little longer sound like a higher pitched “whoo“ on acceleration from a stop or even as I’m driving down the freeway. Acceleration or deceleration with a right turn are always involved when the sound appears. My dealer service department is pushing me off telling me it’s a noise cancelling speaker or some other nonsense. It’s clearly outside the vehicle and pretty loud as people have looked at me when the car makes this noise. I need to figure this out because my car is a certified vehicle that I bought last June. It’s driving me crazy! Does anyone have any ideas? I’ve read differential bearings / gears going out can whistle. U joints as well. It appears I’m going to have to tell my service department what I want checked.