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I have a 2002 Honda CRV. Right between 40 and 50 miles per hour, when holding a steady speed, the car will shake until I take my foot off the gas. It doesn't happen all the time. It used to happen at 40 MPH but now it's happening anywhere up to 50 MPH. Is this related to the transmission?

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Beginning of CV joints going bad

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SOURCE: 2002 Honda CRV All Wheel Drive Problems Accellerating

Sounds crazy, but you may have way too much air pressure in the front tires. IIRC, the tire manufacturer calls for about 36 lbs of pressure, but the little sticker on the B pillar of the drivers side says something like 26 lbs.

If you're over-inflated, the wheels may be slipping upon hard acceleration, causing the movement "to the side" that you are experiencing. Then, the back wheel(s) attempt to grip, and that corrects the "slide".

It's a real funky AWD system, and most of the time the back wheels do absolutely nothing...

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SOURCE: my 2003 Honda CRV vibrates every once in a while

well i would check tires balance and i would check drive line some time the center suport bearing gos out will make car vibrates hope this helps

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SOURCE: When the car get above 40 miles per hour ( Highway

It sounds like one or both of the drive axle inner joints are worn out. This condition will give a very pronounced vibration on acceleration only and will be worse with increased speed.

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SOURCE: when accelerating from approximately 0 - 20 mph

My immediate quick test would be to move the front tires to the back (and backs to front, of course) then try it out. If the vibration is still there but feels like it's coming from somewhere else (vibration could feel like it's in in steering wheel or seat), you've got a broken belt or bent rim (wheel). Don't want to get your hands dirty? Get all 4 wheels balanced -5 to 10 bucks per wheel.

Posted on Mar 14, 2010

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