Question about Honda Fit
I would normally say that you perhaps have a CV joint going out, or even the possibility of having a brake caliper that's sticking, but you're saying that the driver's side wheel vibrates? I'm guessing that you're referring to the front driver's side wheel. However, I don't understand how it would be vibrating while sitting still. If you have a vibration while also sitting still it's possible that you have a motor mount that's bad. Most of today's motor mounts have a rubber insert to help to deaden any possible vibrations that the motor might have. Over time, these rubber inserts tend to break down, crack and eventually fall out of the mount altogether. Make sure to check this, as having your motor rocking back and forth under the hood, even just a little bit, will eventually cause further issues if not tended to. If your motor mounts are good, then I'd most likely refer back to the first couple of possibilities that I mentioned. Hope this proves to be helpful and have a nice morning!
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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