Can you pinpoint the location of the sound? Kinda hard to guess without much information. But a wild stab in the dark is CV shaft.
How many miles do you have on it and when is the last time you changed the rear differential fluid?
I had this really odd clicking / rubbing sound only when turning on acceleration that started shortly after getting full new set of tires. Thinking it was the tire install I went back to the shop that installed it and we drove around and they could not figure it out and said it was not the tires. They called in someone else and he knew immediately the rear differential fluid needed to be changed - I changed it and the sound went away. Now like clockwork once that fluid starts to wear I hear a clicking or rubbing sound when I turn. It’s a very distinctive sound that I have heard in all my rear diff Honda’s.
Could be anything, you have to track
Down the actual sound. Is it front or rear and is the clicking a ping or like a ratchet click?
I have been in -1 degree weather all of last week and I haven’t noticed any extra steering issues - only my battery is slow cranking.
How long ago was the differential changed?
Maybe the outer CV joint. Inspect the boots for grease leakage.
Dont worry about it. I have this clinking since it was basically new. It is only happening when i turn right, on harder acceleration and it has to be colder than 20f or so...No leak. I read on acurazine forum that the grease inside the boots tend to get a little too thick during very cold weather, like below 20 degrees F. I noticed clicking noise again tonight when the temp dropped below 15F. The remedy is not to push the acceleration pedal too hard when turning in the extreme cold weather to prevent wearing on the CV joints.
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Dont worry about it. I have this clinking since it was basically new. It is only happening when i turn right, on harder acceleration and it has to be colder than 20f or so...
And it only happens on first or second acceleration, when the car is cold, after that sound is gone.