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Sounds like it's coming from the rear, but only when I turn to the right. Doesn't have to be a sharp turn, can be a slow gradual right around a curve even. The sound is kind of high pitch scraping sound. I haven't taken it in to the mechanic yet, but don't want them to do unnecessary work.
I've read it could be bearings, brake components, rear diff. fluid.
It's a 2011 CR-V with about 100K kilometers (60,000 miles.)
 

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Just to verify, this is on a slow-speed turn?

COULD be the brake pads (worth a check at 60K if you haven't lubricated the caliper sliders)

But, my money would be on the rear diff fluid. Should have been replaced at least once by now, maybe twice.


Bad bearings cause a rumble or hum on curves at driving speeds.




I'd bring the car to an independent mechanic for the brake check and the diff fluid replacement. If they are not Honda specialists, you are well-advised to bring the proper Honda Dual Pump II fluid for the diff. Ask when making the appt.
 
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