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Clunking from cvs

Old 03-16-2019, 11:02 PM
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Hey there guys,so I have a 1992 Honda ballade eg.There is this noise coming from the passenger side,like a loud click or knocking noise,gets louder and faster as the wheels spin.there is no noise when the car is started it only occurs when the car is in motion,and does not make any noise when you either engage neutral gear or press down the clutch.ive changed the cvs and shaft,wheel bearings but the noise is still there.i jacked up the car and drove it the noise was coming From the CUP FOR THE INNER CV that links to the box.but I dont get it because its still new.any help?
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Dude, Ive just gone through the same things on my 04 tsx. Replaced both cv axles. Began to back out of my driveway, heard the sound, put it in first to park back up and boom I had 7 neutrals
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Sounds like its the ISB (internal mainshaft bearing in the clutch housing).
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