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Whenever I’m driving and take a full turn my car makes a weird noise. It’s not a super loud noise but I can definitely hear it. It’s more like a clicking noise. Not sure what it is, my car only has 9000 miles. Maybe it’s normal for Honda accords?
 

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I have this issue on my 2018 as well. Along with this, my car also squeeks/creeks when going over bumps. It sounds like an old rusty car, but it has less than 8k miles on it. I'm taking it into the dealer this Friday.
 

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Just providing an update: turns out my car needs a new left strut. Part is on order but I have to wait two weeks to have it installed.

I'm kind of surprised that on a car with ~8k miles on it, I've already had the transmission replaced and now need a new strut. Didn't expect that from a Honda, but hey at least it's all under warranty.
 

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Just providing an update: turns out my car needs a new left strut. Part is on order but I have to wait two weeks to have it installed.

I'm kind of surprised that on a car with ~8k miles on it, I've already had the transmission replaced and now need a new strut. Didn't expect that from a Honda, but hey at least it's all under warranty.
Glad they/you got it figured out... sucks you are having the issues w/your Accord... hopefully this will be the last of them.?
 

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Just providing an update: turns out my car needs a new left strut. Part is on order but I have to wait two weeks to have it installed.

I'm kind of surprised that on a car with ~8k miles on it, I've already had the transmission replaced and now need a new strut. Didn't expect that from a Honda, but hey at least it's all under warranty.
This is very interesting because I feel something loose sometimes from that exact are. I swear when I hit a bump sometimes I can feel something loose there. Was going to have them look at it during my first oil change, along with fixing my squeaky driver side rearview mirror.
 
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