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Have 2005 Odyssey with same shimmy at low speed

I have the same problem at slow acceleration from 25 to 35 it will shimmy.
A google search had people checking tires for tread and balance problems and to check for dirt and other problems any where in the vicinity of where the tire hits the car. So you aren't the only one.
Some others got it at highway speeds, 50+. Mine doesn't and outside of this shimmy I like this van.
If I hear more " I'll be baaack."

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Usually if u can drive into and out of a shimmy it is tire problems, usually balance. It can happen at diffenent speeds. The "shimmy" is the tires bouncing.

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