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2001 honda crv shudders when accelerating from 25 up to 35 mph, drive axles replaced and motor mounts replaced--what now? Bill

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  • bvanert Aug 18, 2009

    I had a right side front cv-joint replaced on my 2001 honda crv and now there is a shuddering when accellerating from 25 mph, HELP Bill

  • fordexpert May 11, 2010

    Hello, I am not seeing all your twoway info, but you had these problems before the drive axles were replaced? And the motor mounts were replaced at the same time? I was wondering if these two repairs were to be the solution to the problem or the start of the problems. You have 2 other wheels with moving parts. Although if you can switch from 2 to 4 wheel drive you should notice a change in the vibration. You might try putting on the spare to rule out a tire problem. I had an entire frontend replaced under warranty, drove home disgusted when it still vibrated, and then put on the spare tire and fixed my problem.

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Have you ever replaced the trans fluid. this is common on all hondas. it probably needs to be flushed if never done.

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