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My Honda Pilot 2003 tilt left & right (unstable/balanced) at 80MPH, I have changed stabilizer linkages in front, shock, bushings, virtually changed every front wheel system,, done my alignment and

HONDA Tilting to the right & to theleft kn 80 MPH, thought the problem was the stabilizer linkages that makes the vehicle unstable but after changing it twice problem continues . Please nelp. Thank you.

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SOURCE: wheel vibrations at 75+ mph

Most computer controlled tire balancing machines which are in use today only balance tires to between 65/70 miles an hour. To get them balanced to a higher speed you might want to call a few auto performance shops and see if they balance tires to a higher speed. At higher speeds it takes very little in the way of an off balanced tire to really set up a vibration so shake.

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SOURCE: 2006 Honda Pilot - Road Noise - not tires.

the tires make steady noise , check the wheel bearing as noises get high and low at the same speed , and i also would check for diff if it's 4wd.

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It's not a easy job you will need a press to take the old one out and replace the new one, my advice to you is take the steering knockle out and have your local shop press the bearing out for you and put the new one in. This way you just have to bolt everything back up and your good to go.

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if all others are working properly you are most likely having a problem with the door lock actuator in that door

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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SOURCE: vibration on Honda CR-V 2006 at speed 40-50 mph

This is your one of your axels.. they are damaged inside.. Get them removed asap it can cause major damage if it brakes loose..each axle costs about $90-100

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