Question about Honda CR-V
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Increased vibration from a vehicle indicates worn out engine supports. This vibration often disappears when revving the engine high, but is very noticeable at low revs.
You can have these inspected and possibly replaced to reduce the vibration cominf from your engine.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
could be ball joint, wheel bearing, brakes anything splash-guard ? is it a grinding noise or a thumping noise or a squealing noise or thumping and any of the above together along with it or just a single one listed above this will better my thoughts what it may be //
however if you can raise the vehicle and support it for safety reasons ....try to move the tire from side to side and back and forth top and bottom to see how much play is present ,if nothing proceed and remove the tires and look for anything obvious 1st ..and use a drop light flashlight to better view everything that stands before you and as well hands on and see if anything appears loose or broken ...for starters
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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