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I HAVE A PROBLEM IN MY HONDA ODYSSEY 2001WHILE I DRIVING THERE IS A VIBRATION ON FRONT OF THE CAR THEN I TOOK TO MECHANIC & BALANCE THEY COULD NOT FIX IT PLEASE HELP ME TO FIX THE PROBLEM THANKS IN ADVANCE DIRAR

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  • jcflett Apr 13, 2009

    From about 65 MPH and higher the car vibrates while pushing on the accelerator. When I release the accelerator the vibration stops. I have read about air gap engine isolation and it appear the isolations may have failed. Does anyone have the same problem. Mine is also a 2000 Odyssey.

  • Adam
    Adam May 11, 2010

    Dose the vibration get worse while you brake?
    Are you noticing the brake pedal kick back on you while you brake?


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Try by first lifting the front end of the ground then put car in gear. see the right and left axle and inspect the direction the engine jerks. the problem is one of the front axle is binding and causing the whole engine to push to one side. jnava25@yahoo.com

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