Question about 2003 Honda Odyssey
Hi! My 2003 Odyssey starts to shake at 25-30 mph like going through an earthquake of very low intensity. Usually does this when slowly accelerating, like when going to go up on a slight hill and sometimes when accelerating during a traffic jam. The mileage is 84,500 miles. Please let me know if any of you has experienced this problem, what it is and how can it be fixed. Thanks.
Low speed shakes indicates a wheel alignment problem
have the suspension and wheel bearings checked out by an accredited suspension shop
under acceleration it could be engine mounts cracked in the rubber being actuated by misfiring form a cylinder
run the fault codes as well
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
They have a recall update on torque converter shutter, if update has been installed or problem still exist then the torque converter needs replaced
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
SOURCE: honda crv transmission?
if your trans fluid is full it may be an internal problem in the gearbox even in the converter its hard to diagnose without seeing the car but i can sure try to help if you can add any other noises or symptoms i will see if i can help you pinpoint the problem
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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