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This could well be the transaxle drive shaft bearing , this is not uncommon and we see this quite often with the Pilot with more that 150.000 miles .
Lift the front end and turn the wheel and get under and see if you can hear the bearings in the transaxle letting out any grinding noise
in some cases you can put your hand on the axle differential case and feel it .
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Kind regards Greg.
Which system do you have 2WD or 4WD
Okay good thank you .
The transaxle has to be removed to replace these bearings .
this is a shop flatrate of 8.5hrs just to remove and replace the transmission .
The the work to replace the bearings is another 3hrs .
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I've ringed the part that is normally the problem .
which is the Differential assembly.